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In these pages is a reflection of life 
As once it was: clear, bright, alive - 
With faces and memories blurred 
Only by ripples on the sea of time. 



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Campus Life 2 

Features 22 

Administration and Faculty ' 66 

Organizations 98 

Sports 134 

Classes 168 

Directory 220 

ROCKETEER Northwest Mississippi Junior College 
Volume 32 Senatobia, Mississippi 38668 








Life was brightness and 
brashness, 

Concern and contemplation. 

And being alone together 

In searching for ourselves. 




Life was limbs sprawling upward 

And outward in tangles of living growth, 

In an obsession with the present, 

Obscuring both sunrise and sunset, 

The new and the old, 

The beginning and the end. 

Yet the light dispelled the darkness. 







Life was spirits and bodies 
together 

In a mass of movement and 
anticipation 

Of goals achieved. 



The simple joy of doing 
Simple things together . . 
A kiss, a touch, 
A romp through the grass. 







Life was beautiful and mysterious — 
What more can be said? 





Life was a load of high school 
souvenirs 

Soon to become relics of a past 
life 

Put aside in the dream-like 
search 

For the memories of 
tomorrow. 






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Life was a contrast of the 
quietness 

Of study, careful steps, and a 
friendly touch 

And the racket of drummers 

And megaphone mouths. 



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Life was a time of new thoughts and new ideas, 
Of casting aside traditions of the past 
In search for a better tomorrow. 



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Life was the joy of doing the simple things 
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Patricia Diane 'Pat Johnsoi 
— Editor-in-chief of Ranger 
Rocket '70-'71, editor Ranger 
Rocket '69-70, president of 
Women's Council '70-'71, Fresh- 
man and Sophomore class favor- 
ite, Freshman Class vice presi- 
dent, Who's Who in American 
Junior Colleges '70-'71, Home- 
coming maid '70, Spring Formal 
maid '70, outstanding student in 
journalism '70-'71, Baptist Stu- 
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drum major '69-'71, president of 
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'69-71, outstanding student in 
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'69-'71, officer Northwest Sing- 
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officer Music Educators National 
Conference '69-71, reporter of 
Phi Theta Kappa 70-71, Home- 
coming queen 70, most beautiful 
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music 70-71, Who's Who in 
American Junior Colleges 
70-71, delegate to National Phi 
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The Rocketeer staff salutes those members of our. school who are help- 
ing to make our community a better place to be. They may not be well 
known, or they may not be known at all. But the manner in which they per- 
form their work evidences their commitment to their special activities as 
well as to other people. We need more people like them for they're the real 
jftlfrinners in life. 






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Mr. and Miss NWJC 



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This page: Pat D. Johnson and Darrell Logan. 
Opposite page: Debbie Red and Bob Coker. 




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Sophomore Favorites 





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Opposite page: Debbie Montgomery and Tym Nelson. 
This page: Mimi Vickery and Brad Van Winkle. 



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Top: Finalists (left to right) Lola Harris, Cathy Hill, Jo Ann Hobbs, Linda Pierce, and Gina Robbins. Bottom: Contestants in the Rock- 
eteer Revue were (left to right) Angie Brock, Sandra Dawley, Jo Lynn Glass, Jeri Goodwin, Jan Gregg, Ethel Guthrie, Lola Harris, Cathy 
Hill, Jo Ann Hobbs, Carol Lammey, Sherryl Langston, Kathy McKee, Barbara Newton, Brenda Patrick, Linda Pierce, Debbie Red, Gina 
Robbins, Sandra Samples, Beth Shackelford, Barbara Smith and Patricia Sumners. 



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Most Beautiful 

Jo Ann Hobbs 




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Rocketeer Beauties 












Opposite page: Linda Pierce (top right 
and center): Lola Harris {far left and cen- 
ter): Linda Pierce and Cathy Hill [bottom 
right). 

This page: Gina Robbins (top left and 
center): Cathy Hill (below and center): 
Gina Robbins and Lola Harris (bottom 
left). 




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Outstanding Students 





Top right: Ricky Martin (left) and Mike Edwards, engineering. Above: Dianne Wil- 
liams, education. Right: Lynwood Kuehn, science. 

Opposite page, top left: Brenda Henson, physical education. Top right: Dale Baucum, 
art. Bottom left: Meredith Escue (seated) and Brenda Pope, general business. Bottom 
right: Shirley Sehoggen, home economics. 




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Outstanding Students 






Opposite page, top left: Emmette 'Buster" Hale (left) and Anel- 
ia Billingsley, mathematics. Top right: Stephanie Puekett (left) 
and David Durrett, music. Bottom left: Libby Boling, English. 
Bottom right: Kirk Barnes, speech and theatre. 

This page, top left: Judy Shaw, social studies. Abate: Marion 
Long, trade and industrial. Left: Robert Reeves, technical. 



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Opposite page, top right: Jimmy McCarver, modern language. Top left: Gwen Penick, 
data processing. Bottom left: Gloria Nichols, business education. Bottom right: Kathryn 
Gandy, secretarial science. 

This page, top: Ruth Jenkins, cosmetology. Left: Larry Cox. agriculture and livestock 
technology. Above: Pat Johnson, journalism. 



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(All from left) Top row: John Nich- 
olas, Terry Thornton, Arnold Wallace. 
Larry Crigler. Second row: Jeanie 
Goodnight, Emmette Buster' Hale, 
Gloria Nichols, Blaine Baggett. Third 
row: Bob Coker, William Dean Kidd, 
Patricia E. Johnson. Fourth row: Terry 
Jones, Stephanie Puckett, David Dur- 
rett. 






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Who's Who 

in American Junior 
Colleges 

Northwest sophomores were selected among the Nation's 
most outstanding campus leaders for their'academic achieve- 
ment, service to the college and community, leadership in 
extra-curricular activities, and potential. 











{All from left) Top roic: Patricia D. 
Johnson, Charles Gadd. Second row: 
Thomas Brown, Mary Baronowski. 
Third row: Roger Wright. Cathy Hill. 
Larry Cox. Fourth row: Judy Shaw, 
Jerry Holt, Deborah Red. 



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Right: 1969 Homecoming Queen 
Kathleen Callicott (far right) presents 
flowers to 1970 Queen Stephanie Puck- 
ett. The Queen's escort Terry Jones and 
SGA Pres. Boh Coker (left and third from 
left) observe the ceremony. Below: The 
coronation ceremony participants in- 
cluded (left to right) Leslie Dugger. 
Sarah Robinson, Roger Dye, Pat John- 
son, Terry Jones, Queen Stephanie Puck- 
ett. Bob Coker, Kathleen Callicott. Pat 
Johnson. Randy Whitvvorth, Beth Shack- 
elford, and Dodd Dickey. Opposite page: 
Queen Stephanie reigns. 



Homecoming 

October 10, 1970 





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Pat Johnson (Hernando), and Sarah Robinson. 
(Lc//) Pat Johnson and Randy Wli it worth. (Right) 
Leslie Dugger and Sarah Robinson. This page, 
(right): Roger Dye and Pat Johnson; (left) Beth 
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Football and all that 
for Homecoming 



And so went Homecoming, 1970 style. The frenzied 
rush of dorm decorating was over, the meeting of old 
friends made anew, the colorful parade of floats and peo- 
ple, and most of all — we won the game. It was a very 
good day . . . 




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Right and opposite page: Elizabeth "Liz' Akins was named 
Miss Northwest 1970 by a panel of judges and represented the 
college in the Miss Mississippi Pageant. Above: Finalists in the 
Miss Northwest Pageant were Left to right: Stephanie Puckett, 
second runner-up; Deborah Henderson, third runner-up; Miss 
Northwest 'Liz' Akins; Gail Carpenter, fourth runner-up; and 
Donna Theobald, first runner-up. 



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Christmas came to the campus (lop). 
One of many Humanities Class sessions 
with off-campus speakers, this one a 
panel on 'Freedom of the Press' (above 
left). Phi Theta Kappa compliments 
honor students (above right). Faculty 
men play the Ail-American Redheads 
(right). 




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WNJC-FM on the Air 

Northwest's radio station, 90 on the dial, went on the 
air in January. From 3 to 11 p.m. daily except Sunday 
the station broadcasts variety programming over a 60- 
mile radius, covering most of the Northwest District. A 
number of students, including radio and television 
broadcasting majors, are involved in every phase of the 
operation of the station. 



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Art Exhibitions 



Among the exhibitions of art in the gallery of the Art 
Department were those of the Art Department Faculty of 
the University of Mississippi; Jean Abrams and Evelyn 
Kiker of Mississippi Delta Junior College; and Northwest 
sophomore art majors. 



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College Personnel relate to today's youth 

Many aspects are to be considered when attempting to write about the Board of Trustees, administration, and faculty. Their combined 
efforts to bring to the student the best possible education for the least amount of money must not be overlooked. Along with that educa- 
tion, the growth of the campus and its facilities must be mentioned. But rather than dwell upon the details of growth, it would perhaps 
be better to direct our attention to the personnel of the college. 

First to be considered is the Board of Trustees, average age approximately fifty-five. How can a group of people in this age group re- 
late to the college scene? Some of our generation would think it impossible, but by genuine concern for our education and development 
they become immediately relevant to today's youth and culture. It is the Board who is responsible for our growth through their concern 
as a single body and as devoted individuals. 

Next our administration, led by the illustrious president of the college R. D. McLendon. Our President, well-known "throughout the 
land and country" for his generosity and congeniality manages to always find time for the students. He is consistently prepared to meet 
all situations and emergencies, remaining ever open to new ideas and philosophies. 

The several deans on campus and the other administrators pave the way for open communication. From their assigned positions they 
administer all regulations required for running this democratic institution. Good judgment and true justice are their outstanding charac- 
teristics. 

With a devoted Board of Trustees and a well-disciplined administration comes a faculty which as a whole must outshine the other two. 
When a whole group of people are willing to put in so many hours with few material returns they must be classified as humanitarians. 
The faculty has done a great job, the facilities are improving every year, enrollment is increasing and our administration is learning. 
What more could we ask? 

Members of the Board of Trustees and the counties they represent are Front roiv: {Jrom left) G. A. Gulledge, Calhoun; S. C. Shoe- 
make, Yalobusha; Vice President Wilson Edmondson, Quitman; Secretary C. B. Walker, Tate; President Don Bartlett, Panola; F. 0. Giv- 
ens, Sr., Tate; W. J. Shackelford, Tallahatchie; Mrs. W. S. Taylor, Quitman. Back row: Sam Yarbrough, Lafayette; George Swindoll, Cal- 
houn; Walter S. Carter, Jr., DeSoto; Ben G. Wynne, Tate; L. Stacy Davidson, Panola; B. H. Papason, Tunica; Mrs. T. P. Howard, De- 
Soto; Mrs. George Yarbrough, Marshall; and Mrs. W. M. Young, Benton. Not shown are Harvey Ashe, Tunica; David H. Bennett, Ben- 
ton; Max Billingsley, Tate; W. L. Brower, Tallahatchie; C. H. Caffey, Quitman; Mrs. J. L. Campbell, Quitman; William A. Gee, Quitman; 
Stanley V. Mulligan, Marshall; Bramlett Roberts, Lafayette; Cecil 0. Sharp, Quitman; V. H. Spier, Tate; H. M. Wallace, Tate; and T. G. 
Wells, Yalobusha. 





Top: President Reese 
D. McLendon. Far left: 
Mrs. Corinne H. McLen- 
don, who is director of 
landscaping. Left: Presi- 
dent and Mrs. McLendon. 



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Administrative 
Committee 




Top: Dr. June Gardner, dean of >tu- 
dcnt personnel. Bottom: Ed^ar Boggan, 
director of community services. 




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Top: James McCormick. dean of [ho college. Left: Mrs. Mildred Mea- 
cliam, director of public relations. Above: A. G. Welch, Inisiness manager. 



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Administrative Staff 





Top: Jack Butts, registrar. Right: Kenneth Brigham, assistant 
business manager. Above: Mrs. Sue Burks, assistant registrar. 




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Student Personnel 



Top left: Mrs. Linda Jackson, dean of women. Top right: Don 
Enre, dean of men. Left: Henry B. Koon. director of financial 
aids. 



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Student Personnel 

Staff 





Top right: Guidance counselors are {left to right) Mrs. Calhn n 
Hyde; Price Darby, director; and Waller (Jerry) Stigler. Above: 
Union Director Bill Shelton. Right: Mrs. Susan Grain. RN. Stu- 
dent Infirmary. 




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R. C. Pugh 
Library 




Left to right) Mrs. Belt) MeCol- 
lough; Mrs. Josephine Gully, librar- 
ian: and Mrs. Polly Perkins are in 
charge of the R. C. Pugh Library. 



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Communications 

Media 




Above: Robert Edward Oakley, 
sports publicity, photography, jour- 
nalism, newspaper. Right: Harry 
Bryan, manager, WNJC-FM Radio 
Station. Opposite page, top left: In 
tbe business office are {left to 
right) Mrs. Mary Dancy, Mrs. Nine 
Mae Deaton, Mrs. Betty Appleton, 
Mrs. Deborah Barham (telephone), 
Mrs. Patsy Terry, and Mrs. Clara 
Builord. Top right: Mrs. Carolyn 
Ainsworth, secretary to the presi- 
dent (sealed) and Mrs. Flossie Pat- 
rick, financial aids secretary. Loner 
left: Other secretaries are (seated 
left to right) Mrs. Martha Yaneis, 
Mrs. Bobbie Darby, Mrs. Alexis 
May nor; (standing) Miss Earline 
Cocke, and Mrs. Gretta Smith. 
Lower right: Mrs. Mary Claire Pu- 
ryear (seated) and Mrs. Margaret 
Gray, and Mrs. Marianne Faust. 




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Business 
Department 




Opposite page, top: The business world 
is the scope of instructors {left to right) 
Mrs. Marie Gray, Ronald Mancis, Eddie 
Barnett, Miss Susan Simmons, and Mrs. 
Carmen Ingram. Left: Other business in- 
structors are Miss Joan Reid, James Pe- 
trea, Mrs. Leone King, Austin Trousdale, 
and Robert Bonar. Above: Instructors 
Mrs. Kathleen Wail (scaled): and (stand- 
ing left to right) Miss Bobbie Sue Benton: 
Jack Butts, chairman; and Bob Campbell. 



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Education Department mm 





Reading instructors arc (top) Mrs. 
Elizabeth Lintz (left) and Miss Myra Bar- 
ber. Teaching education majors arc (left 
to right at right) Mrs. Marguerite 
Fowlkes; R. E. Rutherford: Howard Car- 
penter, chairman; and Robert Kirk. 




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Art Department 




Art instructors are 
Mrs. Eugenia 

Trousdale (left) and 
Jae T. Young, chair- 
man. 



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Mathematics Department 




Instructors are Miss Zula Glenn, 
chairman (scaled); (left to right) 
Mrs. Nell Tipton; Mrs. Anita Wil- 
born; and Mrs. Sandra Beken. 




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Social Science 
Department 





The social science faculty includes: above left (left to right) Jerry McGlown; Miss 
Emmie Ellen Wade, chairman; Pat Namowiez; and R. E. Rutherford. Bottom left (left to 
right) Mi-- Lula Mae Fowler; Robert Seay; Raymond Rogers; and Walter 'Jerry' Stigler. 
Bottom right, the Rev. James Price. 




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Liberal Arts 



Top: English instructors are {left to right) Mrs. Mary Foret, 
Miss Frances Smith, Mrs. Janice Pelton, and Carson Holloman. 
chairman. Right: Others are (left to right) Mrs. Emily Mathis, 
Mrs. Fa) Johnson, George Kelly, Mrs. Emily Ballew, and Mrs. 
Emile Ramsey. 





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Composing the Agriculture Depart- 
ment faculty are (Ze/i to right) A. M. Bris- 
coe, chairman: Kenneth Ferrell; Hn^li 
Pierce; Joel Schoggen; and Clarence Ben- 
nett. 



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Physical 

Education 

Department 




Keeping students fit is the task of (left 
to right) Louis Haven III; Joe Dzikielew- 
ski; Miss Connie Earl, chairman; Miss 
Carolyn Palmer; and Mrs. Simms Rhea. 




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Fine Arts 
Department 



Left: Music instructors are {left 
to right) Paul Carpenter; Miss 
Rosemary Simmons; Miss Almeda 
Horton; James Keyser, chairman; 
and Mrs. Jeanette Keyser. Below: 
Those in speech and theatre are 
Miss Sarah Fleming {seated) and 
{standing left to right) Sam Christ. 
Mike Davis, and Dudlev Davis. 





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Home Economics 
Department 




Mrs. Betty 

Carroll (above) is 
chairman of the 
Home Economics 
Department. 




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Science Department 



In the Science Department are left to ri^ht) Ronald McCalla, 
Chad Williams. Melvin Watsky, Mrs. Jo Adams, Mrs. Nell Tip- 



ton, and Robert King, chairman. 




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Technical- 
Vocational 
Department 





Top: Technical-vocational instructors are {left to right) Billie B. Gray; Marcus Williams; Melvin Whit- 
ley; Thomas Coats, chairman; and Felix Robinson. Bottom: Other instructors include (left to right) Terry 
Fowler, Rupert Houston, Robert Carroll, Norman Bailey, and Carl Majors. 



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technical courses are (sealed) Richard 
Hamer (left) and Freddie Harmon, and 
(standing left to right) Charles Ains- 
worth, Leroy Gallant, Malcolm Venable. 
and Earl Carter, director of manpower. 
Left: Mrs. Lois Horton, director (seated), 
and Larry Tims, instructor, Cosmetology. 



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game room. Bottom; In the cafeteria arc (standing left to right) Mrs. Mamie Wells; Jamt 

Swindle, manager; Mrs. Janet Brents; and (scaled) Mrs. Annie Neal 



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Student Services 





Top: {Left to riphl) Mrs. Lillian Brown, post office; Mrs. Irene Self, Administration 
Building Grill; Mrs. Earline Copeland, bookstore; and Mrs. Bettye Gilbert, bookstore 
manager. Bottom: Residence hall supervisors are {seated) Mrs. Minnie Bailey and Mrs. 
Juanita Judd; and (standing left to ri^ht) Mrs. Nellie Sealy, Mrs. Lula Daniel, Mrs. Sarah 
Nail, Mrs. Mar\ Lane, and Mrs. Eloise Toole. 



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Security 

Maintenance 

Transportation 






Top: Security officers are {left to right) William Taylor, Jack O'Neal, Edgar Huston, 
and Chief Thomas Appleton. Left above: L. L. Sowell (left) and Mike Barham are in 
charge of transportation maintenance.^fowe: In the maintenance Department are (left to 
right) Newton Dhority, Henry Williams, James Barmer, Hershel Hall, Newell McCuis- 
tion, Wayne Newman, and Roy Cook, superintendent of buildings and grounds. Not 
shown are Willis Barnett and John Morris. 



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Student Government 
Association 

The purpose of a student government is to serve the 
students and to provide them with a direct means of 
communicating their ideas to the administrators of the 
college. The 1970-1971 Student Government Associa- 
tion brought several much-needed changes forth for the 
administration's approval; though they failed to find suc- 
cess in each case, the students' voices were heard. 

To be liberal in a conservative atmosphere nearly al- 
ways brings criticism. Criticism of SGA was strong at 
times by students, faculty and administration, but with a 
definite resolve, the council members pursued what they 
considered the best course for both the students and the 
college. 







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Men's 
Council 




Women's 
Council 



Opposite page: Top right: Student Government Executive Council (from left) Arnold Wallace, president of Sophomore Class; Albert 
Stark, president Men's Council; Pat E. Johnson, secretary-treasurer; Mike Edwards, publicity chairman; Phil Franks, parliamentarian; 
Roger 'Zoom' Carroum, president of Freshman Class; Charles "Chuck' Gadd. vice-president; Pat D. Johnson, president of Women's 
Council. Top left: Senate Officers (from left) Phil Franks, parliamentarian; Bonnie Brasell, secretary-treasurer; Diane Strange, vice pres- 
ident; Blaine Baggett. president. Center: (from left) Bob Coker. SGA president; Blaine Baggett, Senate president. Bottom: Other Senate 
members: K. Barnes, F. Banton, B. Baxter, R. Blackburn, T. Brown, D. Brisco, R. Carroum, P. Chapman. L. Cox. L. Crigler, A. Dickson. 
P. Dorr, L. Dugger, P. Hannaford, L. Herndon, J. Holt, S. M( Arthur. D. Montgomery, B. Newton, S. Nichols, P. Oaklev, L. Pierce, T. 
Rev nobis, S. Samples, J. Shaw, D. Strange, J. Strong, C. Talley, Q. Todd, A. Wells, D. Winters, T. Wortham, R. Wright. W. Vick. J. Vin- 
son. 

This page: Men's Council: J. Goudelock, F. Harrison, L. Herndon, J. Holt, T. Hutchins, C. Kelly, W. Lewellen, B. Lewis, R. Newell. 
A. Stark, B. Vanwinkle. Women's Council: T. Algee, M. Baronowski, B. Brasell, J. Glass, P. Griffin, K. Hill, E. Hopkins, P. Johnson. S. 
Puckett, D. Strange, A. Wells. 



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Ranger Rocket 



Pat D. Johnson, Editor-in-Chief 

A. Stark, Executive Editor 
P. Franks, Managing Editor 

J. Goudelock, Asst. Managing Editor 

B. Mauney, News Editor 
K. Foust, News Editor 
J. Scott, Feature Editor 

G. Larrimore, Opinion Editor 
R. Howell, Production Manager 
T. Shearer, Production Manager 
B. B r asell, Business Manager 
B. Jienson, Circulation Manager 



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Agriculture 
Club 



L. Cox, President 
G. Taylor, Vice President 
L. Crigler, Secretary 
J. Moody, Treasurer 
R. Walker, Reporter 





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C. Bennett 


J. Hooker 


J. Brassel 


A. Hurdle 


K. Bishop 


E. Johnson 


A. Briscoe 


K. Jones 


T. Brooks 


C. McCullar 


L. Burchfield 


C. McMinn 


A. Burton 


K. Mitchell 


D. Carter 


H. Pierce 


N. Clark 


B. Phillips 


M. Darby 


M. Poole 


G. Dye 


C. Ross 


D. Faulkenberry 


J. Ruth 


K. Ferrell 


J. Schoggen 


W. Griggs 


G. Smart 


J. Hardin 


B. Walker 


F. Kines 








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104 




Alpha Phi Omega 



L. CrigliT, President 
H. Holt. Vice President 
P. Nelson. Secretary 
P. Oakley, Treasurer 



M. Addington 

B. Baggett 
J. Barrett 

C. Bugg 
B. Burkes 
L. Butts 
J. Carter 
B. Coker 
B. Cooper 

D. Crawford 
P. Dorr 

G. Dye 
G. Edwards 
J. Ferguson 
M. Foshee 
J. Golden 



G. Hale 

B. Handwerker 
J. House 

V. Irbv 

C. Jones 
J. Judd 
S. Kilgo 
J. Lamar 
R. Lightsey 
S. McArthur 

D. Meyer 

F. Mothershed 
T. Nelson 
B. Nichols 
T. O'Conner 
T. Pan« 




105 



Northwest Art Association 





D. Baucum, President 
G. Robbins, Vice President 
S. Floate, Secretary-Treasurer 
L. Pierce, Representative 



R. Bailey 


T. Mangrum 


R. Richards 


N. Castillo 


D. Martin 


R. Smathers 


J. Chapman 


R. McKelroy 


L. Sumners 


M. Dickson 


R. Newell 


A. Wenzler 


P. Floate 


N. Peters 


S. Woolfolk 


J. Gregg 


M. Pittman 




S. Lammey 


W. Price 






106 



Bilingual Club 



T. Wortham, President 

]>. Goodwin, Vice President. Reporter 

L. Dancy, Secretary-Treasurer 

V. Finke, Program Chairman 




J. Bailey 


K. Hardin 


R. Brown 


R. Hollowell 


L. Boling 


C. Hudspeth 


R. Carlisle 


S. McDaniel 


K. Crockett 


R. McMinn 


S. Dawley 


J. Massey 


J. Draper 


D. Shaw 


B. Fernandez 


J. Sinquefield 


M. Frazier 


S. Westbrook 


M. Haley 




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107 




Cosmetology Club 

B. Newton. President 

L. Mayo, Vice President 

B. Holden, Secretary 

R. Jenkins. Treasurer 

E. Floyd, Reporter 

P. MeKlh;ine\ . Put Inuiieiilui Kin 

D. Busby, Historian 



A. Atkins 
L. Bevill 
D. Brunelti 
L. Bryant 
D. Carlini 
A. Carlisle 

A. Carter 

J. Chapman 

B. Childers 
S. Cook 

L. Darnell 
V. Denley 
J. Landreth 
J. Laughter 
S. Locke 
P. Long 
G. Luneeford 



H. Masterson 
L. Mctee 
B. Moody 
L. Osborn 
B. Patrick 
S. Perry 
J. Pitner 

A. Putman 
S. Reed 

N. Rotenberry 

B. Smart 
M. Smart 
J. Smith 

P. Sumners 
R. Wilson 

C. Wool folk 





108 



Engineers Club 




H. Puryear, President 
W. Towles, Vice President 
D. Chinn, Secretary 
J. Dickerson, Treasurer 
G. Barbour, Reporter 



R. Dickerson 

C. Hardt 
W. Jeffreys 
R. Reeves 
T. Smith 

D. Steinman 
B. Westbrook 




109 



Ranger Forum 



W. Vick, President 

V. Finke, Secretary-Treasurer 

S. McArthur. Representative 



P. Franks 
J. Judd 
L. Ross 
C. Schmitz- 




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Home Economics Club 





C. Talley, President 

C. Carpenter, Vice President 

L. Blocker, Secretary 

S. Stroud. Treasurer 



P. Bradford 
J. Brents 
J. Chapman 
S. Cooper 

A. Dickson 
M. Dixon 

M. Edmundson 
J. Goddard 
M. Hale 

B. Hardin 
G. Herring 
V. Howell 
D. Hudson 
L. Laster 
H. Morris 
S. Schoggen 
P. Scruggs 
D. Sikes 

T. Sinquefield 
B. Smith 

B. Smith 
R. Smith 

C. Tillman 
M. Williams 
B. Youngblood 



111 



Music 

Educators 

National 

Conference 





D. Durrett, President 

R. Whitworth, Vice President 

M. Baronowski, Corresponding Secretary 

S. Puckclt. Recording Secretary 



E. Bell 


T. Jones 


P. Blythe 


S. Kornegay 


C. Briscoe 


S. Lammey 


C. Burt 

S. Carpenler 
M. Doddridge 


C. Langston 
J. Logan 
V. McClain 


J. Fischer 


V. Mills 


W. Forrest 


C. Mullin 


P. Franks 


Q. Parker 


J. L. Glass 


B. Sellers 


R. Haley 


C. Tillman 


R. Hillhouse 


T. Tutor 


R. Hiner 


G. Waldrop 




112 




J. Vinson, President 


D. Dyess 


J. Golden, Vice President 


M. Foshee 


J. McGregor. Secretary 


R. Ferdric 




R. Goodnight 


L. Bollinger 


M. Gray 


W. Brown 


M. Hardy 


G. Chatman 


W. Hodge 


E. Conner 


D. Lowrirftore 


R. Dancy 


R. McCullough 


S. Devore 


S. Morrison 


J. Didomenico 


C. Moy 



J. Newman 
G. Nunn 
K. Odum 
T. Pang 
M. Percell 
C. Pruett 

C. Reed 
R. Reeves 

D. Robbins 
R. Rockette 
T. Sanders 



J. Shelton 
C. Thompson 
L. Thompson 
J. Thweatt 
G. Todd 
L. Wadlington 
G. Wells 
W. Westbrook 
J. Wortham 




Northwest 

Technical 

Association 



113 



Northwest Players 



K. Barnes, 


President 


J. Townsend, Vice President 


D. Mitchell 


Secretary- Treasurer 


R. Sanders, 


Historian 


W. Bearden 


. Parliamentarian 


G. Ammons 


P. Johnson 


E. Baggett 


C. Lammey 


F. Banton 


S. Lammey 


G. Bolten 


C. Langlev 


J. Boren 


G. Larrimore 


D. Browning 


L. Lee 


P. Chapman 


J. Logan 


D. Clanton 


C. Malone 


C. Clark 


Q. Meredith 


E. Cooper 


B. Mitchell 


K. Crockett 


L. Pierce 


D. Crowley 


G. Riesenberg 


S. Dawley 


G. Robbins 


M. Doddridge 


L. Ross 


D. Durrett 


L. Rowe 


V. Finke 


J. Sinquefield 


J. Fischer 


R. Walden 


T. Gargano 


S. Westbrook 


J. Gregg 


P. Williams 


D. Hodge 


J. Wheeler 





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R. Wright. President 

S. Holder, Vice President 

D. Brown, Secretary 

A. Wells, Treasurer 

L. Owens, Social Chairman 

P. Oaklev, Representative 





PEM Club 




M. Baronowski 


M. Foster 


T. O'Conner 


J. Barrett 


E. Hargett 


K. Parker 


T. Bledsoe 


B. Henson 


B. Shackleford 


A. Bradford 


C. Hill 


B. Stallings 


K. Burns 


C. Jones 


L. Sturgis 


G. Collin? 


B. Madison 


J. Tillman 


J. Cotten 


K. Morgan 


N. Tyler 



B. Van Winkle 
G. Walker 

C. White 
J. Whitt 

N. Williams 
R. Yancey 
B. Young 





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115 



F. Acree 


F. Fleming 


T. Moore 


J. Aid) 


R. Fleming 


S. Newman 


D. Aven 


E. Fhnn 


B. O'Neal 


J. Bailey 


M. Flynn 


K. Ormon 


B. Baker 


B. Franks 


S. Pounds 


D. Barlow 


B. Gray 


B. Regel 


J. Baronowski 


D. Griffin 


G. Robertson 


T. Barn 


G. Griffin 


S. Robinson 


S. Blackwood 


J. Haley 


R. Robison 


L. Blount 


L. Harris 


V. Rucker 


R. Bolinger 


P. Harrison 


D. Russell 


C. Boren 


M. Hatcher 


B. Sanders 


D. Boshers 


G. Hitt 


J. Scallorn 


K. Bryant 


J. Hobbs 


J. Scruggs 


N. Bryant 


J. House 


P. Smoot 


V. Butner 


B. Houston 


D. Sutton 


W. Campbell 


T. Hutchins 


B. Stanford 


R. Carroum 


J. Jackson 


N. Stephens 


W. Carruthers 


S. Jones 


B. Stroud 


J. Chandler 


J. King 


S. Talley 


D. Collins 


B. Klepzig 


T. Thompson 


T. Coulee 


D. Koen 


R. Twilley 


L. Cox 


D. Koger 


P. Walker 


N. Cox 


L. Lee 


D. Ward 


D. Darby 


R. Lewis 


G. Watts 


D. Davis 


B. Lunceford 


C. Wilburn 


J. Dismuke 


G. Madlock 


S. Wilson 


D. Doler 


B. Manscoe 


R. Wooten 


E. Dugger 


B. Massey 


C. York 


S. Flake 


E. Maxcy 





Phi Beta Lambda 



C. Gad (I. President 

A. Wallace. S. Samples. Vice Presidents 

D. Red. J. Goodnight, Secretaries 
P. Cooper, Treasurer 

P. Barber, Reporter 

B. Rice. Activities Chairman 






116 



Phi Theta Kappa 





B. Hale President 
J. Shaw. Vice President 
D. Coscia, Secretary 
S. Puckett, Treasurer 
A. Billingslev, Historian 



L. Akins 
B. Baggett 



L. Bien 

L. Blocker 
L. Boling 
B. Dees 
D. Doler 
V. Finkc 
L. Kelly 
D. Kidd 



G. Penick 
B. Pope 
D. Red 
H. Self 
T. Stewart 
W. Vick 
A. Wallace 
J. Wheeler 
M. Williams 



117 



Science Club 



D. Kidd, President 
T. Regel, Vice President 
M. Williams. Secretary 
D. Dorroh, Treasurer 
T. Stewart, Reporter 



M. Argo 

B. Baggett 
L. Baker 

D. Billingsely 
J. Boren 
G. Brooks 

C. Burford 
J. Carlini 

J. Carpenter 
J. Childers 
B. Coker 
J. Dunawav 
G. Edwards 
M. Ferguson 
S. Flake 

B. Galloway 

C. Gayes 
K. Gooch 
H. Grubbs 



B. Hardin 
D. Holder 
T. Howell 
L. Kuehn 
M. Lester 
W. McGee 
J. Murphree 
M. Navlor 
P. Nowell 

C. Pope 

A. Quist 
L. Scott 

B. Smith 
B. Smith 

D. Stover 
S. Stroud 

E. Williams 
K. Youns 





118 





Sigma Tau Sigma 




P. Dorr, President 
B. Long, Vice President 
J. Hobbs, Secretary 
L. Harris, Treasurer 

B. Baggett 
B. Baxter 
D. Brown 
R. Brown 
L. Bullion 
S. Burk 
S. Carpenter 
P. Cooper 

M. Ferguson 

V. Finite 



J. Golden 
P. Gooch 
J. Goodwin 
B. Gray 
B. Gregg 
E. Hale 

B. Handwerker 
A. Hannaford 
P. Hannaford 

C. Hartley 
M. Jarrett 
P. Johnson 

D. Lanier 

S. McArthur 
M. McCorkle 



S. McCormick 
P. McDaniel 
L. Moorhead 
G. Nichols 
D. Red 
S. Raines 
J. Russell 
J. Shaw 
S. Smith 
D. Spraberry 
W. Sykes 
W. Tavmon 
W. Vick 
K. Williamson 



119 



Student Education 
Association 



P. Hannaforrl, President 
D. Williams. Viee President 
K. Williamson, Secretary 
L. Still. Treasurer 



S. Carpenter 
M. Franks 
B. Gooih 

Hale 

Hardin 

Hartly 

Hopkins 

Jarrett 
D. Jenkins 
J. Judd 
L. Kelly 
S. McCormick 
L. Moorhead 



G. 
K. 
C. 

E. 

M. 



S. Nicholas 

B. Odom 

K. Pennington 
J. Price 

C. Skelton 
S. Smith 
R. Steele 
K. Taylor 
W. Taymon 
A. Wheeler 
M. Williams 
G. Wingo 
M. Woods 





120 



Union Council 





J. Nicholas. Student Director 



J. Blake 
L. Bullion 
B. Gregg 
P. Griffin 
D. Hill 
S. Johnson 
S. McKnight 
D. Murphy 
L. Waters' 



121 




V 

I 



T. Thornton, President 
J. House. Vice President 
D. Brisco, Secretary 
C. Hill. Treasurer 
P. Johnson, Reporter 
S. Holder, Representative 



T. Barry 


K 


MeKee 


D. Bryant 


C. 


Miller 


J. Conrad 


C. 


Mullen 


P. Franks 


L. 


Reed 


C. Gadd 


T. 


Rowland 


J. Goddard 


B. 


Stroud 


J. Goodnight 


S. 


Stroud 


R. Howell 


T. 


Swindoll 


C. Jenkins 


B. 


Van Winkle 


C. Lammey 









122 



Committee of 25 




P. Smool. Chairman 
D. Strange, Secrelan 



M. Baronowski 
B. Brassell 
P. Cox 
P. Griffin 

D. Herring 
P. Johnson 
S. Lam my 
B. Lewellen 

E. Shinstock 
E. Smith 

W. Wilkerson 
Rev. Tommy Leach 
Rev. A. Simmons 
Rev. J. Page 
Mr. G. Randolph 




123 




T. Brow n. President 
F. Mothcrshcd, Vice Pre. 
B. Giv™, Secretary 
B. Baggett, Publicity 

B. Henson, Publicity 
M. Baronowski, Music 
P. Griffin, Mission 

H. Patterson, Social 
P. Smoot, Noonday 
P. Johnson (Coldwater), 

R. Adams 

M. Baronowski 

P. Bates 

C. Bien 

W. Bearden 
J. Blake 
R. Blackburn 
J. Boren 
S. Branan 

B. Brasell 
E. Brassel 

C. Briscoe 

D. Brisco 
D. Brown 

D. Browning 
L. Brown 

C. Brown 
G. Brummett 
L. Bullion 
W. Carpenter 
B. Childers 
J. Childers 
J. Cochran 

E. Conner 



Baptist Student Union 



ideal 



Noonda y 



F. Cox 
L. Cox 
P. Cox 
P. Dobbins 

C. Dyer 

R. Flemons 
T. Gargano 
J. L. Glass 
V. Graham 
J. Goodnight 
B. Gray 
J. Gregg 
S. Haley 
P. Hannaford 
K. Hardin 
L. J. Herndon 

D. Herring 

R. Hollingsworth 
T. Hutchins 
S. G. Johnson 
S. Johnson 

B. Klepzig 
D. Koger 

C. Langley 
S. Langston 
S. Lofton 

B. Long 
S. Mayer 
L. McAfee 
S. McArthur 

C. McCullar 
M. Peters 
P. McPhail 
B. Newton 
M. Phelps 

S. Phillips 




124 



Christian Youth Assocation 




B. Lewellen, President 
D. Baucum, Vice President 
K. Culpepper, Secretary 
N. Peters. Reporter 



P. Arvvood 
G. Boling 

C. Burton! 
P. Cox 

P. Goodson 

D. Roger 

B. Mauney 

C. Slaughter 
M. Williams 




125 



Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes 



J. Holt. Captain 
P. Oakloy, Co-Caplai 
L. Criglcr, Secretary- 
G. Dye. Reporter 



Tre, 



M. Addington 
J. Barrett 
K. Bishop 
K. Blann 
T. Bledsoe 
G. Boling 
R. Boren 
J. Bradshaw 
J. Brewer 
H. Buford 
R. Buford 
B. Burkes 
M. Burrow 
G. Cannon 
J. Cotton 
J. Craft 
J. Darby 
R. Dunlap 
J. House 
B. Houston 
S. Hurdle 
J. Jobe 



Jones 
Lamar 
Lightsey 
Mangrum 

Nelson 
NeKon 
Newell 

Nickels 
O'Conner 
Reans 
Rogers 
Sanders 
Smith 
Thompson 
Walker 
Watkins 
Weeks 
Wright 
Yancey 
't oung 

Young 





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Kappa Epsilon 



W. Wilkerson, President 

D. Strange, Vice President 

C. Slaughter, Secretary-Treasurer 

B. Newton, Program Chairman 



P. Bates 
B. Brasell 
E. Brassel 
P. Coodson 
P. Johnson 
M. Peters 
S. Phillips 
L. Sturgis 



127 




Newman Club 



A. Dickson, President 

S. Lammey, Vice President 

E. Shinstock, Secretary-Treasurer 

C. Beck 

B. Coker 

F. Couch 
A. Higgins 

P. Johnson (Hernando) 

C. Lammey 
J. Marascalco 

D. Steinman 

Father Al Simmons, Advisor 




128 



Wesley Foundation 




B. Brascll, President 

D. Kogor, Vice President 

B. Baxter. Council Member 

D. Hill. Council Member 

E. Smith, Rep. to Com. of 25 



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P. Bates 


S. McCormick 


S. Branan 


C. Moy 


E. Brassel 


S. Phillips 


M. Bryant 


N. Stevens 


P. Cox 


D. Strange 


L. Dancy 


L. Sturgis 


R. Flemons 


G. Walker 


J. Godilanl 


A. Wheeler 


V. McClain 


W. Wilkerson 




129 



Northwest 
Singers 





'laVrfWi'fedn 



H. Patterson, President 

F. Ban ton. Vice President 

M. Baronowski, Secretary-Treasurer 



L. Bag»ulr\ 
M. Baronou-ki 
W. B.arden 
E. Bell 
W. Blavlork 
P. Blythe 
W. Bomar 

B. Brascll 

C. Bri-' oi 

D. Brou nine 

C. Burt 

D. Crowle) 
K. Crockett 
P. Cor h ran 



C. Clark 

S. Carpenter 

L. Dan< \ 

M. Doddridgf 

D. Durrctt 
S. Edwards 
J. Fisrher 
W. Forrest 
P. Franks 
N. Gillon 
J. Glass 

J. Gregg 
B. Hair 



P. Hannaford 
S. Hardin 
R. Hillhouse 
R. Hiner 
R. Hollingswortl 
S. Johnson 
T. Jonrs 
J. Kendrick 
B. Kirkland 
A. Knight 
S. Kornegay 
S. Lam mey 
S. Langston 



J. 


Logan 


B. Regel 


c. 


Malone 


L. Rowe 


E. 


Maxey 


R. Sanders 


V. 


McClain 


C. Tillman 


P. 


McPhail 


K. Turner 


V. 


Mills 


T. Tutor 


c. 


Mullen 


P. Veazey 


L. 


Norris 


M. Vickery 


Q. 


Parker 


R. Voyles 


M 


Peters 


R. Waldon 


L. 


Pierre 


G. Watts 


S. 


Puckett 


R. Whitworlh 


P. 


Reece 


D. Yeager 



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Dozen Plus Three 




C. Mullen 
B. Hale 

S. Johnson 
B. Sellers 
W. Btaylock 
M. Baronowski 
P. Blythe 
S. Carpenter 

D. Durrett 
T. Jones 



J. Kendrick 
D. Knight 
S. Langley 
H. Patterson 
S. Puckett 
B. Stroud 
P. Veazey 
M. Vickery 
P>. Voyles 
R. Whitworth 



131 



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Marching 

and 
Concert 
Bands 



S. Nichols, President S. Burns 

V. McClain, Vice President T. Conlee 

J. Manning, Secretary Treasurer D. Durett 

J. Elam 

G. Ashworth C. Fletcher 

F. Banton W. Forest 

J. Barker G. Gray 

B. Baxter D. Grice 

E. Bell R. Haley 

W. Bomar D. Hodge 

B. Bowie S. Johnson 

C. Briggs S. Jones 
M. Bryant S. Jones 
L. Buford C. Massey 



M. Mathew 
J. Parker 
J. Peeler 
G. Riesenberg 
B. Sellers 
T. Shearer 
B. Simmons 
R. Smathers 
B. Smith 

B. Stroud 

J. Treadway 
R. Voyles 
T. Walters 

C. Wilburn 







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Northwest Misses 





P. Barber 
D. Beard 
J. Boren 
D. Browning 
J. Carpenter 
B. Carsley 

D. Catledge 
N. Cox 

B. Franks 
J. Glass 

E. Golden 

J. Goodnight 

C. Greer 

P. Hannaford 
L. Harris 
M. Harpole 
C. Hill 
L. Howe 
C. Hughes 
J. Kendrick 
S. McDaniel 
L. Owens 
S. Puckett 
J. Seott 
P. Scruggs 
S. Westbrook 
M. Williams 



133 



Football: A 

Successful 

Failure 






136 




ORTHWESTS COACHIN 



Warren Grain: Receivers and defen- 
sive backfield; Louis Haven: Defen- 
sive backfield; Eddie Barnelt: Interior 
line; (starulirifi) Ken Bramletl: Head 
coach and Athletic Director. 



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rhornton. M. Addington. G. D\e, T. Newton, K. Blann, C. Jones. R. Boron, K. Bishop. 
*. Nelson. Fourth row: Coach Crain, Coach Barnett, G. Carmen. J. Holt, T. Bledsoe, B. 
louston, B. Burkes. J. Darby, T. Rogers, R. Dunlap. Coach Haven, Head Coach Ken 
Jramlett. 



FOOTBALL RESULTS 

Northwest Southwest 

Northwest 25 Holmes 

Northwest 7 m^ Pearl River 

Northwest East Central 

Northwest 47 Itwamba 

Northwest 6 Miss. Delta 

Northwest 14 Co-Lin 

Northwest East Miss. 




137 






HOMECOMING was the high- 
light. After coming off of four close 
losses we put it all together. It was 
tough on Itawamba. 47-6 tough. Ev- 
erv thing went right: it was great liv- 
ing up to our potential. 



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138 




Left center: with little more than a 
quarter to go Northwest has assured ilseil 
ol a homecoming viclon against a beaten 
[lawamba. Far left: T\m Nelson, fresh- 
man tailback, was a sensation all scar. 
He brought the crowd to its leel lime 
alter time with his great broken lield 
runs. Batumi center: Jack Darin (No. 82) 
has his hands on a pass that he rcalh had 
(o battle for. He caught it. Left: A diving 
attempt is made b\ Jem Hull on a pass 
thrown just a little wide. Hull was a team 
leader and work horse all season. Below: 
Fullback John Lamar gets reach to turn 
it on as he rounds loll end. Lamar will be 
back next year along with Nelson and 
Walker. 




139 





Above: Quarterback Dary] Walker hands off 
to leading ground gainer, Tym Nelson. Top 
center: Bill Houston is really knocked off his 
feet after making one of his twelve receptions. 
Center: Fullback Thomas Thompson bulls his 
way ahead for a couple of tough yards against 
Holmes. Upper right: Walker barking signals to 
a determined Ranger line. Far right: Jerry Bar- 
rett reaches high in the air to make a fantastic 
one-hand catch against good coverage. 




140 







141 



Cheerleaders — Football 
Football — Cheerleaders 





142 




Then there were the cheerleaders, those stand-outs of 
school spirit. Even in the most grim moments they could 
be seen trying to arouse a little spirit from a crowd long 
devoid of any enthusiasm. These girls are loved by the 
players and coaches, but sadly ignored for the most part 
by the remainder of our peers. If medals for braverv. en- 
durance, patience, and strong lungs were given, these 
seven young ladies, along with their four alternates, 
would surely take them all. 

Sophomore cheerleaders are Terry Thornton (cap- 
tain), Donna Sue Cobb, Brenda Henson, and Pat John- 
son. The freshman cheerleaders are JoAnn Hobbs. Mimi 
Vickery, and Carol Lammey. At any school but North- 
west, these alternates would be head cheerleaders. Thev 
are Debbie Montgomery, Gina Robbins, Lou Ann Reed, 
and Debra Persons. 




143 




144 



It was a frustrating year for the Ranger football team, under the direction of new head coach and athletic director 
Ken Bramlett. One of the best recruiting campaigns in recent years brought the squad over 30 talented freshmen to go 
with the dozen returning sophomores for 1969's team that finished 2-7-1 overall, but the year was filled with disap- 
pointments. 

The Rangers dropped three of their first four ballgames by a total of five points, and finished 2-8 overall, in spite of 
being in every ballgame except two until the final gun. 

At Summit in the season opener, the Rangers came back from a 0-0 deadlock at halftime and took a 7-0 lead in the 
third quarter. But the Bears finally connected on a pair of scoring passes to go ahead 14-7 with just minutes to go. The 
Rangers scored again with less than two minutes to play on quarterback Phil Oakley's second touchdown pass of the 
contest, but a two point conversion attempt went awry and Southwest held on for its decision. 

Disappointment was the word again against Holmes, which scored three times within six minutes during the second 
period and added another tally in the final period to edge the Rangers 28-25. It was the second straight time for extra 
points to make the difference, with Northwest getting three touchdowns in the second half after trailing 21-7 at the 
midpoint. 

Defending conference champ Pearl River, playing at Columbia, piled up a 21-0 first half lead and added another 
touchdown in the third period for a victory that came harder than the score indicated. The Rangers scored their only 
touchdown early in the final period. It was the first starting assignment for freshman quarterback Daryl Walker, who 
took over during the Holmes game for Oakley, forced out of action with a leg injury. 

There were those among the Ranger fans who thought the bad luck would soon change, but they were wrong. Un- 
beaten East Central, eventual winner of the north division title, came from behind in the fourth quarter for a 14-13 vic- 
tory, the second for the Rangers to lose by that score and the third by a margin of extra points. 

The following week, though, the tide finally turned. Winless Itawamba, struggling after several of its players quit the 
squad a week earlier, caught the full force of the aroused Ranger squad, which piled on touchdown after touchdown for 
a 47-6 victory. Everyone on the squad saw action as Northwest tried to hold the score down against the hapless Indians. 
The score was 33-0 at halftime. 

But disappointment returned the next week, with stubborn Mississippi Delta capturing a 20-6 decision. The score 
was deadlocked 6-6 at one point, but the Trojans had a 13-6 margin at halftime and added another touchdown and 
extra point with nine seconds remaining in the game for the final difference. 

On the road again, Coach Bramlett and his staff could only watch helplessly from the sidelines as Jones' explosive 
Bobcats mauled the Rangers 47-7. The shipping was the worst ever inflicted upon a team coached by Bramlett, and ap- 
parently it helped get the Rangers up for their final home contest against Northeast. 

The Tigers came into Senatobia with a 4-2 record and were among the league's leaders. The Ranger assault was led 
by Walker who came into his own at quarterback, scoring touchdowns on runs of one, eleven, and forty-eight yards and 
throwing five yards to Tym Nelson for one and 35 yards to Ted Rogers for another. Nelson also got another score on a 
37-yard sweep. He paced the ground gainers for the night with 174 yards, while Walker finished with 245 yards in total 
offense. 

After that performance, many fans were hopeful that the Rangers might still be able to pull out a couple of wins on 
the final two outings, but Copiah-Lincoln spoiled things right off with a 28-14 victory on the road after the Rangers had 
a week off following the Northeast romp. The game was knotted at 14-14 with about ten minutes to go, but the Wolves 
pulled out a pair of touchdowns in the final moments to hold their third-place ranking in the overall standings. 

East Mississippi spoiled the season finale 7-0, scoring just a minute and a half into the game and holding on for the 
duration. Northwest threatened seriously at one point, but an offensive pass interference call against the Rangers at the 
East Mississippi eight-yard line thwarted the thrust. 

In spite of the poor record, the squad showed definite signs of improvement over previous years. Only once were 
they beaten beyond hope, and never did they give up. With a large group of returning lettermen due to report back in 
the fall of 1971, the future looks bright indeed. Another recruiting season like 1970 could even make the Rangers a 
darkhorse contender for the league title. One thing for sure, a lot of folks are looking forward to next year. 



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Basketball: Determination and a winner 




Above: Defense was the key to many of North- 
west's victories this year. Here four Rangers close in 
during the last few moments of the game. Right: 
With Willie Brown looking on, Wilhert Beard puts 
up a one hand jump-shot. 




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1970-1971 RESULTS 




Northwest 


97 


Southern Baptist . 


.70 


Northwest 


69 


Holmes 


68 


Northwest 


88 


Phillips County . 


.83 


Northwest 


64 


Southern Baptist. 


.81 


Northwest 


109 


East Central 


82 


Northwest 


92 


East Miss 


64 


Northwest 


76 


Miss Delta , 


86 


Northwest 


75 


Phillips County . 


.91 


Northwest 


75 


Ole Miss Fresh . 


.99 


Northwest 


54 


Itawamba 


60 


Northwest 


80 


Northeast 


81 


Northwest 


81 


CBC Fresh 


62 


Northwest 


86 


Ole Miss Fresh . 


103 


Northwest 


67 


Northeast 


66 


Northwest 


58 


CBC Fresh 


55 


Northwest 


107 


Delta 


81 


Northwest 


73 


East Central . . . 


71 


Northwest 


80 


East Miss 


76 


Northwest 


72 


Itawamba 


81 


Northwest 


67 




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NORTH-HALF TOURNEY 




Northwest 


80 
67 


East Miss 


72 


Northwest 


Delta 


72 




Upper left: Roger Wright goes up for a 
shot against Ole Miss's big T center. Ole 
Miss was the only team on the schedule 
that didn't suffer a loss at the hand of 
Northwest. Left: Coach Henry Koon cele- 
brates his one-hundredth victory since 
taking over the head coaching job. Coach 
Koon, as his record shows, has done an 
excellent job. 



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Right: Freshman guard Wilbert 
Beard dribbles behind his back to 
break the press. Beard was the sec- 
ond leading scorer with a season 
average of more than 23 points per 
game. Below: Beard drives around 
his man and heads for the goal. 




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Top: Tommy Vaughn is fouled as he attempts to shoot over the 
CBC center. Left: Martin stretches for the jump against Phillips. 
Above: Willie Brown lays in another one. Brown at 6'1" had to 
play against men up to a foot taller than himself, but he still 
managed to lead the Rangers in scoring. 



J 49 



Right: Sophomore playmaker 
Skeet Hurdle stretches to block a 
shot against East Central. Hurdle 
broke his ankle and was later lost 
to the team for six weeks. Below: 
Coach Koon leads the Rangers to 
the dressing room at half-time. 






ISO 




Top center: Several Rangers scramble after a loose ball with five men ending up on the court: 

puts up a jump shot 
Phillips County player. 



Willie Brown finally grabbed the basketball. Left: Dvvayne Martin puts up a jump shot against 



East Central. Above: Hurdle and Martin fight for a tie ba 






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Wilbert Beard 33 Guard Fresh. 

Alan Hurdle 10 Guard Soph. 

Dick Sanders Guard Soph. 

Tommy Swindell 34 Guard Fres 

Mike Foster 25 g Guard Fresh 

Ted Rodgew 42 Forward Soph. 



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■ 










Name 

■ 


No. 


Position 


Class 


Dwayne Martin 


40 


Center 


Fresh 


Tommy Vaughn 


30 


Center 


Soph. 


Billy Young 


45 


Guard 


Fresh 


Earl Thompson 


14 


Guard 


Fresh. 


Willie Brown 


12 


Forward 


Fresh. 


Roger Wright 


32 


Forward 


Soph. 



//) 



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154 




X 



Finishing in second place in Northwest Division Junior College Conference pla) with an 8-4 conference record and 13-9 overall and 
with two All-State players, Coach Henry B. Koon and his Rangers finished another victorious season, the coach's sixth winning season 
in six years at Northwest. 

In the words of Coach Koon. "As far as I am concerned, the season was a tremendous success, by far the best I have ever had from 
the standpoint of achievement. I have never seen a small group of boys do so well. 

Coach Koon returned only one starter from last year's team. Roger Wright. Skeet Hurdle and Tommy Vaughn had seen only limited 
action. To build a winning team with only three returning players was a definite challenge. With good recruiting, several valuable fresh- 
men were added to the team. The only trouble Northwest had was the fact that the tallest man in a Ranger uniform was only 6*2". The 
season looked dark at first with Coach Koon expecting a meager six wins al the most. The Rangers fought hard at all times though and to 
everyone's surprise pulled in 13 big ones. 

A sound offense and disciplined defense proved to be the major assets of the ball club. At critical limes it seemed that Coach Koon 
limited the offense to one or two key players, though the offense had main variations. Nevertheless, his techniques developed a winner 
out of a team that seemed destined for mediocrity. 

The season started with three quick victories, Southern Baptist (97-70). Holmes (69-68) and Phillips Count) (88-83). On a return 
visit with Southern Baptist the Rangers absorbed their first loss 81-64. Two more victories followed, but an 86-76 loss to Mississippi 
Delta started the team on a five-game losing skid which left the record al 5 wins and 6 losses. 

The Rangers immediately picked up an 81-62 victory over Christian Brothers College freshmen, onlv to be put down for the second 
time by the babv Rebels. Following the loss to Ole Miss, the Rangers matched their five-game losing streak with five straight wins. The 
regular season ended with a 81-72 loss to Itawamba and a 67-46 victory over Holmes. 

In the North-Half Tournament, hosted by Northwest, the Rangers did not fare as well as most fans hoped. ^ ith a heavv home-court 
advantage, the Rangers methodically picked East Mississippi to pieces, winding up with an 80-72 victory. In the second round it was 
Delta's turn to do the picking. Going in at the half with a six-point lead, the Rangers looked as if the game was theirs. Obviously they felt 
like the game was over, and though the lead was as great as 14 points a few minutes alter the start of the second half. Delta hung on for 
a 72-67 victory. That game ended the season and the Rangers' hopes for a state championship. 

Though the season ended on a disappointing note, few could find fault with a team that played so well against much taller and phvsi- 
cally stronger teams. Coach Koon had a great deal of respect for this year's basketball team and praised them highly. He felt that most of 
the credit for any success should go to the boys and their determination. Success came to the 1970-1971 Rangers because of that deter- 
mination and pride. 

Something must be said about the individuals themselves who made up the team. Willie Brown was the Rangers" leading scorer and 
the state's leader with a 26.1 point average. He also contributed 8.7 rebounds per game which, totaled v\ ith his point average, netted him 
an All-State selection. Wilbert Beard followed Brown closely in the scoring department with a 23.4 point average. Beard joined Brown 
on the All-State team. 

Roger Wright contributed the steady play that is so necessary to any team's balance. He played excellent defense and seemed to al- 
ways drop in that needed free throw or get two points when the game was close. Wright earned an honorable mention on the All-State 
team. Skeet Hurdle, the Ranger playmaker for the first part of the season, hurt his ankle and was lost for six weeks. This definitely hurt 
the Rangers later in the season, hut two football players joined the basketball team and took up much of the slack left by Hurdle's ab- 
sence. 

Billy Young and Ted Rodgers furnished the depth that carried the team on to its successful season. Young became one of the leadin 
scorers as he took over the reins as playmaker. Rodgers alternated between forward and guard, performing equally well at both. Mike 
Foster, another outstanding freshman, played guard for the Rangers when Hurdle was hurt. 

Centers Tommy Vaughn and Dwayne Martin switched out at ((Miter for most of the season. Neither was ever as tall as his opponents, 
but both proved that they could play well against the odds and larger men. 

The final three men gave the team hustle, desire, and someone to practice against. Without Dick Sanders. Tommy Swindoll, and Earl 
Thompson to round out the team, there probably wouldn't have been a team. 

So this season and this year are over. In basketball, as in every other sport, all anyone can do is wait for next year. There are some ex- 
cellent freshmen and an eager coach just waiting. 



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155 



Baseball: Hit and Run 



Baseball became a major sport on the Northwest campus last spring 
for the first time in years. At every home game the stands were full of 
cheering students that were seldom disappointed by the baseball 
Rangers. 

The season started with three straight shutout victories over 
Holmes, Itawamba, and Delta. Strong pitching performances were 
turned in by Skeet Hurdle, Micky Hutchins and Larry Farmer. To- 
gether they compiled an 8-5 record, which sadly included an 8-3 loss 
to East Mississippi in the North Division play-offs. 

The top hitters were Danny Tackett, who batted around .350 for 
the year, Steve Hargett (.330), Micky Hutchins (.315) and Pat Dorr 
(.300). Good power and clutch hitting were characteristics of North- 
west's team, a team that averaged 8 runs a game and was shut out 
only once. 

This year's team has a solid look with return- 
ing lettermen at 5 positions. Hurdle is the only 
returning pitcher, but prospects are bright if 
there are some rookies who can come around 
and take up the slack. 









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Far left: Coach Haven and Larry Farmer plot strategy in a tight sit- 
uation. Top center: A look at the depth of the Ranger bench. Bottom 
left: Steve Hargett scores against Delta. Above: The throw is too late to 
stop a Ranger thief at third. Top right: Danny Tackett lunges past 
Northeast's catcher in a close play at home. 



Northwest 
12 


Holmes 


Opponent 



12 


Itawamba 





10 


Delta 





16 


Delta 


5 


10 


Northeast 


11 


11 


Itawamba 








East Miss. 


8 


5 


East Miss. 


3 


14 


Holmes 


6 


6 


Northeast 


5 


1 


Ole Miss 


11 


3 


Ole Miss 





Playoff 
3 


East Miss. 


8 



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Trackmen burn cinders 





Above: Bill\ Houston, on the inside 
lane is running third in the 220-yard low 
hurdles. Left tenter. Arnold Wallace 
breaks the tape for a victor) in the 880 
relay. Left: Larr) Crigler practicing for 
his specialty, the shot put. Right (enter: 
Johnn) Mills receives a perfeel hand-off 
from Norris Fausl to begin the third \c>' 
ol the mile relay. Far right: Truck life he- 
lore the meet. 




158 




The track team fared pretty well last spring with con- 
sistent victories in most of the running events. The relay 
teams proved to be the strongest entries. Arnold Wal- 
lace, Johnny Mills, Norris Faust and Billy Houston 
burned the cinders up in the 440 and 880-yard relavs. 
No state records were broken, but for Northwest the 
sprinters made their mark. 

In the field events the story took a sad turn for the 
worse. Weak at most positions and not having an entry 
in some events the Rangers were forced to use men with 
little or no experience. As a result the Rangers usually 
came out on the bottom in dual or triangular meets. 

With good speed returning all eyes will be watching 
for some improvements in field events which will result 
in an overall improvement of the whole program. 



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159 



Tennis was a sorry 
racket 



The tennis season at Northwest was a poor 
one. The players' experience was lacking as 
well as support from the student body. 

Lawrence Little and Jerry McKay swapped 
out playing men's singles. Little scored North- 
west's only victory of the season in men's 
singles competition. 

Larry Crigler and David Wimberly played 
Doubles; a little experience was their main re- 
ward. Crigler will be the sole returning letter- 
man. 

We hope this year to have a better season, 
but the prospects are dim for Coach Barnett's 
net men. The only hope for a successful tennis 
season will be a good freshman turnout. 





160 







Top left: Warm up sessions for dou- 
bles. Bottom left: Jerry McKay returns a 
serve under the supervision of Coach 
Barnett. Top center: With his eves on the 
ball, Lawrence Little waits to return a 
high lob shot. Top right: Larry Crigler 
stretches for a low ball that just skips by 
him. Bottom right: McKay about to slam 
one. 



161 



Intramurals: Football 




The commuters won it all 
this year defeating the power- 
house teams from Gainey, 
Quitman and Panola. Their 
season was marred by a single 
loss to Quitman in the first 
round of the championship se- 
ries. They came back in the 
final game to win by thirty 
points, completing the destruc- 
tion of Quitman. 



First row: Jimmy Anderson, Benjie Carter, Mike Ferguson. Second row: Wayne Freeman, 
Pat Dorr, Harry Puryear, Terry Faust, Jimmy Lambert, Fred Mothershed, Charlie Carter. 








JAM* -i. ...~- 



162 



Volleyball — Gainey demolishes all opponents 




Standing: Rodney McElroy, John Russell, Alfred Burton, Jack Strong, Terry Wortham. Kneeling: Jerry 
Nickels, Tommy Sanders, Pat Didlake, Mike Hatcher, Arnold Wallace. 





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Girls Volleyball: Coeds keen on exercise 

and competition 





Girls' Championship 
Team 




Standing: Mary Davis, 
Brenda Henson, Myra Baro- 
nowski, Kay Parker. Kneel- 
ing: Gail Walker, Beth 
Shackelford, Linda Owens, 
Ann Wells, Kathy Hill. 



164 



For a real kick try Donkey Basketball 





Donkey basketball came to North- 
west for the second year in a row. 
Once again it proved to be a real 
crowd drawer. There must be some- 
thing in seeing your fellow-students 
getting kicked and stepped upon. 

The score was high once again, 
4-2. But the fun doesn't come from 
shooting the ball, it comes from trying 
to ride the cantankerous little burros. 
Getting popped with a cattle prod 
would make about anyone cantanker- 
ous. 



165 



Cheerleaders are everywhere, 
in everything 





Above left: One of many jobs is 
decorating the gym. Here decora- 
tions are being made for the North- 
Half Tourney. Top center: For a 
moment it seems as though the 
whole season will be for nothing if 
we miss the free throw. Right: Mr. 
Paul Carpenter gets some attention 
from our vivacious cheerleaders. 




166 






Top: The cheerleaders exhort the evil spirits from the 
football Rangers. Above left: D. Montgomery and B. Hhen- 
son take a break but still never miss a moment of the game. 
Above right: The girls applying their trade at a football pep 
rally. 



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Top: Sophomore Class officers are (left to right) Arnold Wallace, president: Jack Strong 
(seated below), first vice president: Debbie Red, secretary-treasurer: and Bob White, second vice 
president. Bottom: A committee of the Class plots the location of a sign to be purchased for the 
college as a class project. Opposite page, top: Classmen and sponsors figure on new graduation 
robes. Far right: President Arnold Wallace. 



170 




Sophomore Class 




171 



Michael Addington 
Batesrille 
John Alexander 

Senatobia 
Elizabeth Akins 
Holly Springs 
Trudy Algee 
By ha I ia 



Claudeen Allen 

Senatobia 

Joanne Allendorfer 

Charleston 

Geans Amnions 

Sou t haven 
Odie Anderson 
By ha Ha 



Charlotte Armstrong 
Var daman 
Terry Ash worth 
Marks 
John David Aven 
Calhoun City 
Sandra Avery 
Grenada 



Blaine Baggett 
Horn Lake 
Lynda Baggnley 
Cofjeeville 
John Bailev 
Lambert 
Lowell Bailev 
Tunica 



Ronald Bailev 
Water Valley 
Barbara Baldwyn 

Hernando 
Franklin Banton 
Olive Branch 
Kirk Barnes 
Soul haven 




172 




Mary Baronowski 

Sard is 
Jerry Barrett 

Byhalia 
Pattv Bates 

J 

Pope 
Paul Battle 
Tunica 



Dale Baucum 

Senatobia 
Billy Beaver 

Horn Lake 
Audrey Beeler 

Wapping, Conn. 
Burney Bennett 

Olive Branch 



Virginia Bennett 

Senatobia 
Carolyn Bien 

Coldwater 
Jeffrey Biggs 

Memphis 
Anelia Billingsley 

Senatobia 



Daniel Billingsley 

Memphis 
Kathy Black 

Memphis 
Robbie Blackburn 

Enid 
Tom Bledsoe 

Southaven 



Lynndy Blocker 

Olive Branch 
Elizabeth Boling 

Senatobia 
Larry Bollinger 

Bruce 
Glenda Bolton 

Coldwater 



173 



Eva Boone 
Holly Springs 
Laura Ann Booth 
Tunica 
Charles Boren 
Potts Camp 
Debbie Boshers 
Memphis 



Barry Bowie 

Lambert 
Steve Branan 
Coldivater 
Bonnie Brasell 

Grenada 
Eleanor Brassel 
Scobey 



Donna Brisco 

Oxford 
Jimmy Brister 
Southaven 
Curtis Britt 
Gore Springs 
Bobby Brown 
Bruce 



Carol Brown 
Marks 
Delma Brown 

Bruce 
Donna Brown 
Grand Junction, Tenn. 

Janis Brown 
Calhoun City 



Rodney Brown 

Bruce 
Thomas Brown 
Oakland 
Danny Browning 

Southaven 
Debbie Brunette 
Cleveland 




174 




Linda Diane Bryant 

Vardaman 
Mary Bryant 

Nesbit 
Randy Buford 

Abbeville 
Linda Bullion 

Cascilla 



Manning Burch 

Holly Springs 
Len Burchfield 

Tunica 
David Burrow 

Byhalia 
William Burton 

Michigan City 



Uina Butner 

Southaven 
Mary Byrd 

Holly Springs 
Coy Campany 

Southaven 
Ashby Campbell 

Holly Springs 



Jackie Campbell 

Marks 
Bobby Carlisle 

Sledge 
Betty Carsley 

Robinsonville 
John Carter 

Vardaman 



Durward Chamberlin 

Olive Branch 
Jack Chapman 

Walls 
Judy Childers 

Ashland 
Shelia Chrestman 

Pittsboro 



175 



Bobby Clements 
Bruce 
Donna Cobb 
Lambert 
Bob Coker 
So ut haven 
Michael Coker 
St. Charles. Ark. 



Sherman Cole 

Hernando 

Lynda Collums 

Bruce 

Phillip Cook 

Big Creek 

James Cooper 

Senatobia 



Pam Cooper 
Potts Camp 
Sandra Cooper 

Batesville 
Deborah Coscia 

Horn Lake 

Fletcher Couch 

Hernando 



Jean Covington 
Batesville 

Eddie Cox 
Court land 
Larry Cox 
Ashland 
Linda Cox 
Water Valley 



Pat Cox 
Holly Springs 
John Crawford 
Walls 
Larry Crigler 
Crenshaw 
Boyce Crowell 
Batesville 




176 




Mary Cummings 

Coldivater 
Mike Darby 

Enid 
Donald Davis 

Pittsboro 
Mary Davis 

Horn Lake 



Orlando Davis 

Senatobia 
Belinda Denton 

Oxford 
William Dickerson 

Hickory Flat 
Erma Dickson 

Bruce 



Pat Did lake 

Glendora 
Martha Doddridge 

Olive Branch 
Donna Doler 

Slate Springs 
Pat Dorr 

Sardis 



Joseph Dugger 

Millington, Tenn. 
Leslie Dugger 

Oxford 
Marian Dunn 

Walls 
David Durrett 

Okeechobe, Fla. 



Glenn Dye 

Crenshaw 
Roger Dye 

Senatobia 
Grover Edington 

Vardaman 
Mary Edmondson 

Vardaman 



}77 



Dan Edwards 

Crowder 
Mike Edwards 

Sou t haven 
Jean Eldridge 

Senatobia 
Marshall Ellis 
Sard is 



Meredith Escue 
Southaven 
Norris Faust 
Sledge 
Mike Ferguson 
Coldwater 
Hal M. Ferrell, Jr. 
Batesville 



Vicki Finke 
Charleston 
Stanley Floate 
Holly Springs 
Marvin Flynn 

Senatobia 

Thomas Flynn 

Horn Lake 



Paul Fortner 
Lambert 
Dorothy France 
Lake Cormorant 
Phillip Franks 

Arkabutla 
Charles Gadd 
Hickory Flat 



Bruce Galloway 

Hernando 
Kathryn Gandy 
Potts Camp 
Karen Gelvin 

Tunica 
Louie Gerrard 
Marks 




178 




Leclare George 

Southaven 
Nancy Gillon 

Grenada 
Kathy Goff 

Senatobia 
James Golden 

Eupora 



Martin Goode 

Holly Springs 
Jeannie Goodnight 

Marks 
Robert Goodnight 

Charleston 
Patricia Goodson 

Courtland 



James Goudelock 

Bruce 
Brenda Gray 

Memphis 
Mike Gray 

Sard is 
Murray Gray 

Grenada 



Beth Greene 

Holly Springs 
Bonnita Gregg 

Eupora 
Gloria Griffin 

Lambert 
Paulette Griffin 

Calhoun City 



David Grimsley 

Sarah 
Morris Stuart Haley 

Oakland 
James Hannaford 

Calhoun City 
Pat Hannaford 

Senatobia 



179 



Beckv Hardin 
Calhoun City 

Larry Hardv 
Water Valley 
Donald Steve Hargett 
Charleston 
Joe Harmon 
Coldwater 



Martha Harrelson 
Pittsboro 
Barbara Harris 

Walls 
Jackie Harrison 
Marks 
Tommy Harrison 
Tunica 



William Hastings 

Batesville 
Mary Jo Hatcher 
Lake Cormorant 
Steven Hatcher 
Savage 
Donnie Hawkins 
Coldwater 



Ronald E. Hawkins 
Coldwater 
Jamie Hendrix 

Pope 
Chester Henley 
Holcomb 
Jane Hentz 
Batesville 



Brenda Henson 

Lambert 
Larry Herndon 

Bruce 
Daisy Herring 
Courtland 
Ann Higgins 
Southaven 




180 




Barry Hill 

Memphis 
Cathy Hill 

Holly Springs 
Robert Hillhouse 

Chicago, III. 
George Hitt 

Batesville 



Bobbye Hogan 

Grenada 
Jerry Holt 

Water Valley 
Lucille House 

Coldwater 
Irma Humphrey 

Senatobia 



Alan Hurdle 

Lamar 
Frank Hyde 

Water Valley 
Van Irby 

Sledge 
Cynthia Johnson 

Hernando 



Joyce Ann Johnson 

Senatobia 
Michael Johnson 

Batesville 
Pat D. Johnson 

Coldwater 
Pat E. Johnson 

Hernando 



Sammy Johnson 

Olive Branch 
Walter Johnson 

Hernando 
Billy Jones 

Holly Springs 
Garry Jones 

Clark sdale 



181 



Hattie Pearl Jones 
Oxford 
Ricky Jones 

Oxford 
Terry Jones 
Wilson. Ark. 
W. P. Jones 
Charleston 



Gladys Jossell 
Marks 
James Judd 
Walls 
William Kane 

Memphis 
Charles Kelly 
Bruce 



Lynn Kelly 
Memphis 
Dean Kidd 

Southaven 
Scott Kilgo 

Clarksdale 
Robert Kimbrell 

Clarksdale 



Barbara King 
Southaven 

Dorothy King 
Bates vi lie 
Elmer King 
Coldwater 
Steven Kirk 

Potts Camp 



B<'ck\ Klepzig 

Abbeville 
Donis Knighl 
Oxford 
Dannv Kopf 
Senalobia 
Tommy Kopf 
Senalobia 




182 




Doris Koger 

Lambert 
Lynwood Kuehn 

Como 
Susan Lammey 

Senatobia 
Beth Lane 

Tunica 



Sheila Langston 

Calhoun City 
Nick Larigakis 

Clarksdale 
Mickey Laughlin 

Sarah 
Judy Laughter 

Olive Branch 



Linda Lee 

Lula 
William Lewellen 

Enid 
Tom Ligon 

Clarksdale 
Sibil Littlejohn 

Senatobia 



Spencer Lofton 

Thaxton 
Donna Logan 



South 



aven 



Belinda Long 
Batesville 

Marion Long 
Calhoun City 



Robert Long 

Marks 
Henrine Love 

Coldwater 
Jack Lowery 

Coldivater 
Bob Lunceford 

Calhoun City 



183 



Robert McAlexander 
Hollv Springs 
Jimmv McCarver 
Sledge 
James McCook 
Nesbit 
Mary Eleanor McCorkle 
Marks 



Karen McCullar 
Batesville 
Bill McCullev 
Hernando 
Pamela McDaniel 

Tunica 
Wilma McDaniel 
Batesville 



Johnnv McGregor 
Sarepta 
Kathy McKee 
Batesville 
Rodney McKelroy 
Calhoun City 
Sam McKnight 
Somerville 



Rufus McMinn 
Batesville 
William Madison 
Coffeeville 
Clydia Malone 
Co Id water 
Jeff Malone 
Darling 



Ricky Martin 
Pittsboro 

Ronnie Martin 
Senatobia 

Vlalrom Masscngill 
Hickory Flat 
Jimmy Massey 
Marks 




184 




Nell Meek 

Charleston 
John Meyer 

Memphis 
Carey Miller 

Memphis 
Tom Miller 

Hernando 



Michael Mills 

Southaven 
Benny Mitchell 

Marks 
Dale Mitchell 

Memphis 
Gene Mitchell 

Lambert 



Patricia Mitchell 

Calhoun City 
James Moody 

Hickory Flat 
Albert Moore 

Waterjord 
Sandra Moore 

Holly Springs 



Bobby Morgan 

Sardis 
Howard Morgan 

Bruce 
Fred Mothershed 

Sardis 
Cindy Mullen 

Charleston 



Alice Murphree 

Senatobia 
Jimmy Murphree 

Pittsboro 
Dorothy Murphy 

Abbeville 
Candace Myers 

Olive Branch 



185 



William Nance 
Ashland 
Pete Nelson 
Senatobia 
James Newman 
Potts Camp 
Larry Newson 
Memphis 
Marilyn Neyman 

Evornia Newson 

Senatobia 
Marilyn Neyman 
Coldwater 
John Nicholas 

Memphis 
Gerald Nichols 
Byhalia 



Max Nichols 
Water Valley 

Steve Nichols 
Olive Branch 
Jerry Nickels 
Tunica 
Sara Niell 
Tunica 



Johnny Norwood 
Vardaman 
Kelly Norwood 
Bruce 
Emma Nutt 
Ashland 
Phil Oakley 
Senatobia 



Evelyn K. Ormon 
Hickory Flat 
Bill Owen 
Sumner 
Donald Parker 
Sledge 
Ralph Parker 
Crenshaw 




186 




Linda Parnell 

Court land 
Howard Patterson 

Senatobia 
Larry Patton 

Oxford 
Mike Patton 

Memphis 



Patricia Paulk 

Batesville 
Jannett Peeler 

Hernando 
Gwen Pennick 

Vardaman 
Dianne Perkins 

Batesville 



Mac Peters 

Charleston 
Robert Phillips 

Coldwater 
James Robert Pickett 

Marks 
Linda Pierce 

Tunica 



Mike Pittman 

Courtland 
Belinda Plunk 

Southaven 
Junior Pollan 

Crenshaw 
Malcolm Poole 

Potts Camp 



Patricia Powell 

Byhalia 
Arlene Powers 

Senatobia 
Leroy Powers 

Hernando 
Wallace Price 

Clark sdale 



187 



Wayne Pruett 
Batesville 
Stephanie Puckett 
Lambert 
Victoria Pugh 
Memphis 
Alice Quist 
Oskaloosa, Iowa 



Joyce Ragland 

Oxford 
Sandra Raines 
Hernando 
Robert Rayburn 
University, Ms. 
Robert Reaves 
Senatobia 



Debbie Red 
Coldwater 
Jerry Red 
Sarah 
Robert Reeves 
Senatobia 
Terry Regel 
Marks 



Paul Renick 
Memphis 
Belinda Rhea 
Holly Springs 

Ben Rice 
Sard is 
Major Richardson 
Senatobia 



Gene Riesenburg 
Memphis 
Joel Rivers 
Marks 
Sail) Roberts 
Southaven 
Glenda Robertson 
Senatobia 




188 




Lee Robinson 

Oxford 
Leigh Robinson 

Como 
Bill Robison 

Hernando 
Roy Rockette 

Taylor 



Ted Rogers 

Byhalia 
Terry Rodgers 

Byhalia 
Jean Rodgers 

Ashland 
Fred Ross 

Tutwiler 



Bill Rowland 

Hickory Flat 
Sandra Rowsey 

Horn Lake 
Van Rucker 

Memphis 
Paul Ruff 

Hernando 



John Russell 

Hickory Flat 
John Ruth 

Lambert 
Donna Sadler 

Memphis 
Dick Sanders 

Lamar 



Marvin Sanders 

Oxford 
Ruth Sanders 

Oxford 
Thomas Sanders 

Memphis 
Carl Scherff 

Holly Springs 



189 



Calvin Schmitz 
Water Valley 
Shirley Schoggen 
Red Banks 
Liz Scott 
Holly Springs 
Thomas Scott 
Greenville 



Hannah Self 
Senatobia 
Lonnie Shannon 
Memphis 
Delorise Shaw 
Pope 
Judy Shaw 
Holly Springs 



Billy Shegog 
Enid 
Steve Shelton 
Coldivater 
Ricky Shook 
Charleston 
Donna Sikes 
Memphis 



David Simpson 
Memphis 
Willie Sipp 
Coldwater 
Al Sisk 
Olive Branch 
Richard Smathers 
Oxford 



C. J. Smith 
Pope 
Debbie Smith 
Water Valley 
Earma Smith 
Abbeville 
Gene Smith 
Hernando 




190 




Lovie Smith 

Nesbit 
Roxie Smith 

Hernando 
Shirley Smith 

Southaven 
Paul Smoot 

Byhalia 



Kenneth Snellings 

Bruce 
Linda Sowell 

Coldwater 
Gerry Sowell 

Senatobia 
Henry Sparrenberger 

Olive Branch 



Roy Gene Spears 

Batesville 
Mark Stacks 

Coldwater 
Albert Stark 

Water Valley 
Rebecca Stanfill 

Nesbit 



Becky Steele 

Water Valley 
Barbara Stewart 

Paris 
Carolyn Stewart 

Memphis 
Diane Strange 

Memphis 



Jack Strong 

Memphis 
Bobby Stroud 

Grenada 
Cheryl Stroup 

Crowder 
Lee Dell Sturgis 

Enid 



191 



Larry Sumners 
Calhoun City 
Patricia Sumners 
Calhoun City 
Al Sutterfield 

Memphis 

Winnie Sykes 

Senatobia 



Charlie Ann Talley 
Lambert 
Cloteria Tate 

Nesbit 

James Tatum 

Taylor 

Tim Tatum 

Oxford 



Dwaine Taylor 
Cascilla 

Gary Taylor 

Grenada 
Jessie Taylor 

Oxford 
Linda Taylor 
Calhoun City 



Milton Taylor 
Coldwater 
Ronnie Temple 
Southaven 
Marjorie Thomas 
Michigan City 
Jimmie Thompson 
Potts Camp 



Morris Thompson 
Byhalia 
Pat Thompson 
Memphis 
Thomas Thompson 
Oxford 
Terry Thornton 
Dundee 




192 




Rita Todd 

Grenada 
Queen Todd 

Senatobia 
Robert Tolbert 

Coldwater 
Paul Trim 

Memphis 



Richard Twilley 

Coldwater 
Roy Vance 

Grenada 
Tommy Vaughn 

Southaven 
Jerry Veazey 

Senatobia 



Vickie Vetrano 

Marks 
William Vick 

Lambert 
James Vinson 

Arkabutla 
Margaret Wade 

Calhoun City 



Leroy Wadlington 

Oxford 
Randy Walker 

Potts Camp 
Arnold Wallace 

Coldwater 
Gary Warner 

Olive Branch 



Linda Warren 

Batesville 
Deboris Washington 

Walls 
Lamar Waters 

Memphis 
Peggy Watson 

Water Valley 



193 



Herlonsteen Webster 
Coldwater 

David Welch 
Senatobia 
Nelson Wellborn 
Grenada 
Ann Wells 
Mayersville 



Anna Wenzler 
Memphis 
Frank West 
Pope 
William Westbrook 
Lyon 
Johnnie Wheeler 
Walls 



Bobby White 
Marks 
David Whitten 
Nesbit 
Carolyn Wilburn 
Coldwater 
Linda Wilburn 
Michigan City 



Thomas Wilburn 
Michigan City 
Bobby Wilkerson 
Hickory Flat 
Amye Wilkins 
Horn Lake 
Dianne Williams 
Byhalia 



Martha Williams 
Senatobia 
Frankie Wilson 
Hickory Flat 
Samuel Wilson 
Potts Camp 
Deborah Winders 
Olive Branch 




194 







Dewayne Winter 

Vardaman 
Phyllis Wood 

Water Valley 
Mildred Woods 

Hernando 
Rosamond Wooten 

Senatobia 



Terry Worthatn 
Oxford 



Ro 



ger Wright 



Sledge 
Rosie Wright 

Batesville 
Donna Yeager 

Coffeeville 



Wayne Young 

Byhalia 
William Young 

Michigan City 
Barbara Youngblood 

Philipp 
Roy Zepponi 

Marks 



195 




Freshman Class 



1970-1971 Freshman Class officers 
are (left to right) Roger "Zoom" Car- 
roum, vice president; Jo Ann Hobbs, sec- 
ond vice president; Debbie Montgomery, 
secretary-treasurer; and Walter "ScootTi- 
na App Ahrens makes his campaign 
speech. 




196 




Frank Acree, Olive Branch 
Robert Adams, Clarksdale 
Wanda Adams, Coffeeville 
Scooter Ahrens, Charleston 
James Edward Aldy, Coffeeville 



Sharon Ann Alexander, Batesville 
Tony Alford, Vardaman 
Dennis Anderson, Batesiille 
Jimmy Anderson, Sardis 
Dennis Ansbro, Southaven 



Tina Appleton, Grenada 
Donna Arbuckle, Oxford 
Mike Argo, Wynne, Ark. 
Bonnie Arnold, Sledge 
Penny Arwood, Memphis 



Gilbert Ashworth, Marks 
Annie Atkins, Batesville 
Charles Austin, Dundee 
Charlie Avant, Batesville 
Elaine Baggett. Colduater 



Vaida Bagwell, Bruce 
Larry Bailey, Senatobia 
Martha Bailey, Calhoun City 
Nancy Bailey, Dundee 
Brenda Baker, Walls 



Louise Baker, Coffeeville 
Mike Banister, Osceola. Ark. 
Vivian Banks. Oxford 
Patti Barber. Potts Camp 
Gene Barbour, Olive Branch 



Justin Barker, Bruce 
Debra Barlow. Oxford 
James Baronowski, Sardis 
Myra Baronowski. Sardis 
Deloise Barry. Etta 



Therese Barrv, Memphis 
George Barton. Cascilla 
Robert Barton. Grenada 
Bobbv Baxter. Senatobia 
Devoe Beard, Sardis 



197 



Wilberl Beard. Holly Springs 

Willie Bran I en. Rolling Fori, 

Kalhv Beck. Long Island. N. Y. 

Man Belk. Balesville 

Evalina Bell. Balesville 



Nanc\ Bennell. Bruce 

Linda Be\ ill. Charleston 

Budd\ Biekerslaff. Batcsiillc 

Gametic Bishop. Sardis 

Kirl>\ Bishop, Oxford 



Lou Blake. Oxford 

Jimim BlakeL. Balesville 

Ken Blann. Senalobia 

Warren Blavlock, Holly Springs 

Hooker Blend. S<irali 



L\ nne Blounl. Bruce 

Phvllis Bhlhe. Southaven 

Boh Bogffiin, Hernando 

George Boling Jr.. Senalobia 

Ronnie Bolinger, Lambert 



William Boniar. Memphis 

Luether Boone. Clarksdale 

Jud\ Boren. Balesville 

Ranch Boren. Balesville 

Bilh Bowie, Marks 



Bellve Bos cl. Hernando 

Paul Bo\d. Balesville 

Johnm Bo\le. CoJTeeville 

Anila Bradford. Hickory Flat 

Paula Bradford. Memphis 



Ed Bradlev. Aberdeen 

Jinum Bradshaw. Senalobia 

John Brassel. Lambert 

Barbara Bratton. Grenada 

Jeanne BrenlS, Senalobia 






James Brewer. Batcsiillc 

Har\e\ Bridges, Lambert 

Kenneth Bright. Batcsiillc 

Katln Brings, Nesbit 

Charlotte Briscoe. Red Banks 




198 




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Ricky Broadway, Olive Branch 
Susan Broadway, Memphis 
Glenda Brooks, Clarksdale 
James Brooks, Lake Cormorant 
Mike Brooks. Hernando 



Travis Brooks. Water Valley 
Ann Brown, Crowder 
Kirbv Brown, Como 
Mildred Brown. Coffeeville 
Ora Brown. Taylor 



Richard Broun. Olive Branch 
Sammy Brown, Bruce 
William Brown. Olive Branch 
Willie Brown, Bruce 
Deborah Browning, Memphis 



Jimmy Browning. Tuluiler 
Glendell Brunette, Oxford 
Elizabeth Brvant. Crenshaw 
Kitt Brvant. Calhoun City 
Margie Brvant. Memphis 



Nina Brvant. Pittsboro 
Charlotte Bulord. Memphis 
Gail Bulord. Sou I haven 
Houston Bulord. Oxford 
Larr\ Bulord. Oxford 



Sherron Buford, Oxford 
Carter Bugg. Grenada 
Linda Burehett. Memphis 
Mike Burchfield, Walls 
Carol Burford, Senalobia 



Susan Burk. Coldivaler 
Bob Burkes. Batesville 
Susan Burkes. Court land 
Kenny Burns, Walls 
Stephen Burns. Olive Branch 



Carol vn Burt. Oxford 
Rodney Burton. Tuluiler 
Larry Butts. Oxford 
Dianne Busby, Enid 
David Bvrd, Senalobia 



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199 



Albert Callicott, Senatobia 

Georgia Callicutt, Como 

Rosalyn Campbell, Oxford 

Wallace Campbell. Nesbit 

Susie Camponova. Clarksdale 



James Cardell, Southaven 

Diane Carlini, Courtland 

Judy Carlini, Pope 

Ara Carlisle, Sledge 

Richard Carlisle. Sarah 



Can Carmon, Hernando 

Carolyn Carpenter. Holly Springs 

Jann Carpenter, Batesville 

Christine Carpenter, Tunica 

Jimmy Carpenter. Michigan City 



Michelle Carpenter, Moscow. Tenn. 

Sheron Carpenter, Senatobia 

Uallv Carpenter, Madison. Tenn. 

William Carpenter, Senatobia 

Frank Carroum, Millington, Tenn. 



Roger Carroum, Millington, Tenn. 

Wilson Carruthers, Memphis 

Anita Carter, Batesville 

Benjie Carter, Como 

Connie Carter. Memphis 



David Carter, Olive Branch 

Helen Carthan. Lambert 

Dale Catledge, Panther Burn 

Laura Causey, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Frances Chambers, Senatobia 



Richard Chambliss, Tunica 

Gayle Champion. Charleston 

Tony Champion, Tillatoba 

Jerry Chandler, Calhoun Citv 

Jan Chapman, Coffeeville 



Janie Chapman, Crenshaw 

Patricia Chapman, Sledge 

Sherry Chapman, Batesville 

Cynthia Chat man, Burnsville 

Gary Chat man, Water Valley 




200 




Donna Cherry, Southaven 
Bettie Childers, Ashland 
Dexter Chinn, Marks 
Jimmy Chrestman. Bruce 
Bill Clanton, Sledge 



Debbie Clanton. Grenada 
Albert Clark, Memphis 
Bobby Clark. Memphis 
Cindy Clark. Neshit 
Mike Clark, Coldwater 



Jackie Clements. Holly Springs 
Charles Cobb, Lambert 
June Cochran, Olive Branch 
Arthur Cohran, Oxford 
Kenneth Cole, Olive Branch 



Johnny Coleman. Oxford 
Donald Collier, Hernando 
Debbie Collins, Holcomb 
George Collins. Olive Branch 
Bob Colston. Olive Branch 



Eddie Conner, Senatobia 
Teresa Conlee, Senatobia 
Johnny Conrad, Holly Springs 
Elizabeth Cooper, Sardis 
Robert Cooper, Bruce 



James Cotten, Water Valley 
James Covington. Charleston 
Johnny Cox Grenada 
Linda Cox, Sardis 
Nancy Cox, Como 



Sarah Cox, Water Valley 
John Craft, Southaven 
David Crawford, Senatobia 
Ronnie Crawford. Southaven 
Karen Crockett. Senatobia 



Janice Crow, Water Valley 
Carol Crutchfield. Bruce 
Janet Culpepper. Charleston 
Ernest Cunningham. Holly Springs 
Eddie Curlev. Southaven 



201 



Bill Dahl, Southhaven 

Lynda Dancy, Senatobia 

Randy Dancv. Coldwater 

David Darby, Batesville 

Jack Darh\. Hernando 



Martha Darnell, Coldivater 

Tommy Darnell. Coldwater 

Debbie Davis, Senatobia 

Dennis Davis. Coldwater 

Ivy Davis, Como 



James Davis. Memphis 

Joe Davis. Lamar 

Martha Davis, Water Valley 

Sandra Dawley, Soulhaven 

Karen Demaree, Como 



Marv C. Demaree. Como 

Paul Denle\. Coffeeville 

Veronica Denley, Coffeeville 

Bill Dennis, Water Valley 

Mike Dennis. Memphis 



Steve DeVore. Collierville, Term. 

Rand\ Dickerson, Senatobia 

James Dickerson. Senatobia 

Pam Dickey, Batesville 

Alicia Dickson, Senatobia 



John Didomenico, Suilland, Md. 

James Dismuke, Holly Springs 

Pegg) Dobbins, Nesbil 

Christine Doekery, Hernando 

Diana Donham. Lepanto. Ark. 



William Donham. Lepanto, Ark. 

Bonnie Dooney, Memphis 

Deborah Donah. Bell/onlaine 

Joyce Draper. Batesville 

Maple Dudley, Coffeeville 



Robert Dunlap, Coldwater 

Jimmv Dunn. Crowder 

Cand\ D\er. Memphis 

Ronnie Easley, I ardaman 

George Edwards. Hickory Flat 




202 




Jud) Edwards. Water Valley 
Juliene Edwards, Dundee 
Mike Edwards, Water Valley 
Steve Edwards, Holly Springs 
Judy Elam. Senalobia 



Eleanor Elion. Coldwaler 

Danny Ellis. Balesville 

B\ ron Ellzev, Oxford 

Billv Embry, Bruee 

Jackie Etheridge, Holly Springs 



Charles Evans, Grenada 

Walter Evans, Bruce 

David Faulkenbery, Grand Junction. Tn. 

Terry Faust, Sledge 
Ellen Fedrie, Grenada 



Daphene Felker, Grenada 

Bill Ferguson. Memphis 
Johnny Ferguson. Grenada 
Pat Ferguson. Tunica 
Brenda Fernandez. Hernani 



Danny File, Enid 
Homer Finnic, Balesville 
Gregg Fitzgerald. Balesville 
Phil Fitzgerald. Balesville 
Sandra Flake. Marks 



Sue Flake. Marks 
Hattie Fleming. Cascilla 
Robert Fleming. Big Creek 
Chris Fletcher, Sardis 
Eunice Floyd, Sardis 



Janet Ford. Memphis 
Willie Forrest. Coldwaler 
Michael Foshee. Paris 
Danny Foster. Tula 
Mike Foster. Tula 



Kerry Foust. Memphis 
Bettv Franks. Coldwaler 
Bonnie Franks. Coma 
Brenda Frazier. Balesville 
Mareia Frazier. Marks 



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Jell Fri.-bie, Soulhaven 



203 



Larry Gadd. Olive Branch 

Kenny Gaines, Batesville 

James Gandy, Potts Camp 

George Gann. Senatobia 

Terry Gargano, Olive Branch 



Becky Gartin. Sledge 

Carol Gates, Hernando 

Geneva Gaulding, Senatobia 

Jack Gee. Batesville 

Brenda Gentry. Lambert 



Cheryl Gilder, Vardaman 

Linda Gibson, Oxford 

Jo Lynn Glass, Covington. Tn. 

Grover Glenn, Greenville 

Gerald Glover, Sledge 



Judy Goddard, Grand Junction. Tn. 

Emmy Golden. Holly Springs 

Brenda Gooeh. Hernando 

Kelly Gooeh. Hernando 

Vicki Gooden. Memphis 



Billy Goodyvin, Banner 

Jean Goodwin, Charleston 

Jeri Goodwin, Marks 

Valerie Graham, Sardis 

William Graham, Coldivater 



Gorden Gray, Memphis 

Judy Gray, Water Valley 

Jerry Green, Cofjeeville 

Charlotte Greer, Olive Branch 

Janet Gregg, Calhoun City 



Steve Gregory, Bale sv die 

Donald Griee, Memphis 

Donna Griffin, Lambert 

Phil Griffin, LaGrange. Tn. 

Walter Griggs, Sarah 



Harold Grubbs, Memphis 

Marion Gurley, Southaven 

Ethel Guthrie, Sardis 

Don Haire, Batesville 

Mary Haire, Batesville 




204 




George' Hale, Olive Branch 
Mary Hale, Soulhaven 
Janie Haley, Vance 
Ralph Haley, Vance 
Scott Haley, Batesville 



David Hall. Coffeeville 

Ed Hall. Memphis 

Richard Haltom. Batesville 

Buzzy Handvverker, Pleasant Grove 

Anne Hannaford, Senalobia 



George Harbour. Coffeeville 
Jimmy Hardin, Piltsboro 
Ken Hardin. Memphis 
Sherrye Hardin. Senalobia 
Charles Hardt. Soulhaven 



John Hardy. Memphis 
Mike Hardy, Marks 
Eddie Hargett. Charleston 



David Harper. Grenada 
Don Harpole, Sledge 



Marilvn Harpole. Sledge 
Jimmy Harrell, Tunica 
Lola Harris. Hernando 
James Harrison, Michigan City 
Patricia Harrison. Bruce 



Stan Harrison. Batesville 
Cary Hart, Water Valley 
Cynthia Hartley, Batesville 
Kathy Hartley, Tillatoba 
William Harwood. Olive Branch 



William Hawkins. Calhoun City 
Rodney Heigle, Rolling Fork- 
Jimmy Helms, Hughes. Ark. 
Jan Herold. Memphis 
Gwen Herring, Como 



Deborah Hill. Water Valley 
Robert Hill, Senalobia 
Robbie Hiner, Hernando 
Frank Hines, Saulsbury. Tn. 
Jo Ann Hobbs, Hernando 



205 



John Hobson, Lamar 

David Hodge, Southaven 

Donna Hodges. Cascilla 

Brenda Holden, Senatobia 

Donna Holder. Memphis 



Lyndon Rav Holder. I ardaman 

Danny Holland, Sardis 

Floyd Holland. Bruce 

Ray Hollingsworth, Big Creek 

Elhel Hollins, Senatobia 



Arthur Hollis, Memphis 

Elaine Hollis. Bruce 

Renee Hollowell. Water Valley 

Evylou Hopkins. Clarksdale 

Jack House. Horn Lake 



Betty Houston. Enid 

Lynda Howe, Oakland 

Patrieia Howell. Memphis 

Rupert Howell, Batesville 

Velma Howell, Holly Springs 



Ronnie Huekabv. Memphis 

Dollie Hudson, Tunica 

Pete Hudson, Sardis 

Charlie Hudspeth. Hernando 

Pat Huflstatler, Olive Branch 



Cris Hughes, Lambert 

Linda Hughes, Oakland 

Shelia Hurdle. Southaven 

Jack Huti heson. Oaklaun. III. 

Terry Hutchins, Big Creek 



Yolinda Irby, Batesville 
Bern ice Jackson, Crowder 

Eyvone Jackson, Crowder 

Hank Jackson, Hernando 

Jan Jackson. Coldwater 



Ruby Pearl Jackson, Senatobia 

Billv James, Core Springs 

Busier Jamison. Independence 

Miriam Jarrett, Polls Camp 

William Jeffreys, Coffeeville 




206 




Am\ Jenkins, Sumner 
Douglas Jenkins. Somerville, Tn. 
Gar) Jenkins. Oxford 
Ruth Jenkins. Balesville 
Jerry, Jobe, Olive Brand) 



Carolyn Johnson. Coldwater 
Cathy Johnson. Oxford 
Eddie Johnson. Olive Branch 
James Johnson. Oxford 
Kenneth Johnson. Batesville 



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Susan Johnson, Memphis 


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Richard Joiner. Sardis 




Betty Jones, Sardis 


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Kathy Jones, Southaven 




Lewis Jones, Sardis 


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Ken Milton Jones, Memphis 


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Robert Jones, Como 
Sammy Jones. Oxford 


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Sirlestine Jones, Marks 




Steve Jones, Marks 



Wilson Jones. Hernando 
Kathy Jordon, Olive Branch 
Frank Joslin, Batesville 
Chris Kairit, Sardis 
Glenda Kearney, Balesville 



David Keith. Clarksdale 
Lemuel Kelley, Coldivater 
Linda Kelley, Memphis 
Dale Kelly, Hernando 
Carole Kelsay, Marks 



Patt) Kemper. Walls 
Judy Kendrick, Hernando 
Richard Kennedy. Lambert 
Essie Faye Kimble, Water Valley 
Janet Kirne, Marks 



David King, Memphis 
Jeanette King, Sardis 
Russ Kisner, Water Valley 
Teressa Kittrell. Olive Branch 
Stephen Kornegav. Coldivater 



William Knight, Hernando 



207 



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John Lamar. Senatobia 

Jimmy Lambert. Sardis 

Carol Lammey, Senatobia 

Dwight Lancaster, Grenada 

Thomas Lancaster, Memphis. 

Janell Landreth, Water Valley 

Terra] Lance, Holcomb 

Cheryl Langley, Memphis 

Mike Langs ton, Calhoun City 

Sherry] Langston, Calhoun City 



Deborah Lanier, Sardis 

Linda Laster, Marks 

Jimmy Lawrimore, Memphis 

Mattie Lester, Holly Springs 

Addie Lesure, Senatobia 



Linda Lewis, Sledge 

Maggie Lewis, Senatobia 

Ronald Lewis, Lamar 

Buddy Lewis, Memphis 

Robert Lightsey, Batesville 



Keith Lindley, Covington. Tn. 

Lewis Lloyd, Canton 

Jerry Logan. Bruce 

Jo Ellen Logan, Nesbit 

Frances Long, Derma 



Jerry Long, Marks 

Paula Long, Marks 

Terry Long, Sardis 

Sharon Lotz, Memphis 

Willa Love, Holly Springs 



Mike Low ri more, Cold water 

Jo Lowry, Memphis 

Jim Luckett, Sarah 

Mike Lucker, Abbeville 

Ruby Lum, Tunica 



Gail Lunceford, San/is 

Kay McAlister, Waterford 

Mac McArley, Grenada 

Scot McArthur, Marks 

Linda McAtee, Drew 




208 




Charlotte McBridc, Lake Cormorant 

Richard McCharen, Pontotoc 

Melvin McClain, Falcon 

Van McClain. Hernando 

John McClendon, Holly Springs 



Susan McCormick, Senatobia 
Barney McCullar, Balesville 
Clarence McCullar, Lambert 
Linda McCullar, Balesville 
Paul McCullar, Water Valley 



Robert McCullough, Coldwater 
Betty McDaniel, Batesville 
Shiela McDaniel, Hollandale 
Pat McElhaney, Coldwater 
Shirley McElroy, Canton 



Willisteen McGheen. Crenshaw 
Bonnie McGreger, Holly Springs 
Terry Melver, Sarah 
Helen McKinney, Batesville 
John McKinney, Holly Springs 



Charles McKinnon, Coldwater 
Eugene McKnatt, Olive Branch 
Craig McMinn, Oxford 
Gena McPherson, Lake Cormorant 
Robert McWilliams, Clarksdale 



Buster Madison, Lambert 
Gloria Madlock, Sardis 
David Mahan, Sledge 
Cheryl Malone. Senatobia 
Morris Malone, Coldwater 



Iangrum, Tunica 



Thurman 
Jan Manning, Hernando 
William Manscoe, Grenada 
Jeanette Marascalco, Grenada 
William Marion, Waterford 



Dwain Martin, Taylor 

Lue Martin, Charleston 

Gail Mason, Sardis 

Teresa Massengill, Michigan City 

Bobby Massey, Crowder 



209 



Dehhi 



Chester Massey, Coldivater 

Beth Massey, Greenwood 

Homer Mathis, Oxford 

Louis Mathis, Sardis 

Mona Matthews. Memphis 



Becky Mauney, Waynesboro 

Eleanor Maxcy, Lambert 

Jay May, Soul haven 

Sherry Mayer, Holly Springs 

Carlene Maynor, Water Valley 



Louise Mavo, Sledge 

Sandra Mayo, Crenshaw 

James Means, Crenshaw 

Patricia Meek, Courtland 

Quay Meredith, Hernando 



Brenda Messer, Holly Springs 

Larry Middleton, Clarksdale 

Clint Miles, Batesville 

David Mills. Southaven 

David Mills, Batesville 



Robert Mills, Courtland 

Rozan Mills, Olive Branch 

Vicky Mills, Memphis 

Barbara Mitchell, Memphis 

James Mitchell, Tunica 



Kenny Mitchell, Longtown 

Walter Mitchell, Clarksdale 

Larry Mize, Dundee 

Debbie Monroe, Sardis 

Martha Monteith, Tunica 



lontgomery, Collierville. Term. 

Betty Moody, Hickory Flat 

Gerald Moore, Sledge 

Linda Moore, Memphis 

Mackey Moore, Lambert 



Robert Moore, Memphis 

Susie Moore, Clarksdale 

Tommy Moore, Oxford 

Lucy Moorhead, Holcomb 

Fred Moorman, Water Valley 




210 




Kenneth Morgan, Charleston 
Larry Morgan, Memphis 
Murry Morgan, Independence 
Harriett Morris, Clarksdale 
Steve Morrison, Marks 



Christie Morton, Rossville 
Timothy Mote, Hernando 
Charles Moy, Hernando 
Genette Murphree, Water Valley 
Sharkler Murphy, Cascilla 



Mania Myers, Byhalia 
Charlotte Neal, Bruce 
Jan Nelson. Batescille 
Larry Nelson, Oxford 
Tym Nelson, Senatobia 



Rickey Newell, Southacen 
Roxie Newman, Lambert 
Steve Newman, Calhoun City 
Barbara Newton, Charleston 
Tom Newton, Charleston 



Susan Nicholass, Oxford 
Vic Nickels, Tunica 
Jerry Norphlet, Taylor 
Carolyn Norris, Senatobia 
Phyllis Nowell, Sumner 



Terry O'Conner, Southaven 
Beverly Odom, Memphis 
Becky O'Neal, Sledge 
Jimmy O'Neal, Sledge 
Minor O'Neal, Sarah 



Mike Ott, French Camp 
Nanda Owen, Senatobia 
Ronald Owen, Holly Springs 
Linda Owens, Holly Springs 
Ted ford Pang, Marks 



Kay Parker, Oxford 
John Parker, Bruce 
Larry Parker, Calhoun City 
Brenda Patrick, Sardis 
Gail Patrick, Sardis 



211 



James Pannell, Holly Springs 

Bruce Patterson, Oxford 

Jo Ann Payne, Olive Branch 

Stephen Pechak, Memphis 

Karen Pennington, Olive Branch 



Michael Percell, Oxford 

James Perkins. Coffeeville 

Sharon Perkins, Sardis 

Debra Person, Collierville, Term. 

Nina Peters. Charleston 



Jerry Peyton. Olive Branch 

James Pharis, Tutwilei 

Deborah Phelps, Robinsonvillt 

Martha Phelps, Courtlana 

Sue Phillips, Memphis 



Donnie Pipkin. Coffeeville 

Linda Pittman, Sledge 

Earnestine Polk, Water Valley 

Catherine Pope, Senalohia 

Clarence Porter, Sardis 



Glenn Porter, Helena, Ark. 

Martha Potts. Water Valley 

Martha Power, Holly Springs 

Brenda Powers, Hernando 

Ben Powell. Charleston 



Bruce Prahl, Marks 

Janet Price, Memphis 

Clay Pruett, Olive Branch 

Harry Puryear, Jr. Senatobia 

Annie Putman, Batesville 



Paul Putman, Batesville 

Sandra Ragland. Water Valley 

Ken Rather, Holly Springs 

Brendley Ray, Tillaloba 

Mike Reans, Crenshaw 



Kay Red, Coldwater 

Carl Reed, Senatobia 

Jimmj Reed, Charleston 

John Reed, Sardis 

Lou Ann Reed, Water Valley 




212 




Betty Rcgel, Marks 
Cat In Reid, Marks 
Russell Rci.l. Marks 
Charlene Reno, Oxford 
Tom Reynolds, Olive Branch 



Vicki Reynolds, Olive Branch 
Robert Richards, Soulhaven 
Inna Richmond, Hernando 
Henry Ridley, Memphis 
Montv Rikard, Olire Branch 



Virlene Riley, Batesville 

Don Robbins, Olire Branch 

Gina Robbins, Soulhaven 

Das id Robertson, Somerville, Term. 

Jean Robertson, Calhoun City 



Sarah Robinson, Oxford 
James Rorex, Memphis 
Robert Roseman, Senatohia 
Chris Ross, Grenada 
Freda Ross, Memphis 



Linda Ross, Oakland 
Robert Ross, Memphis 
Anita Rotenberry, Lambert 
Tommy Rowland. Charleston 
David Rushing, Oxford 



Mary T. Rushing, Como 
Anna Russell, Senatohia 
Dan Russell, Lake Cormorant 
Sandra Samples, Hickory Flat 
Bill Sanders, Sardis 



Charles Sanders. Como 
Mike Sanders. Sledge 
Rebecca Sanders. Southaven 
Ira Sandridge, Cold-water 
Tom Sawyer. Sardis 



Joyce Scallion, Sardis 
Ellen Scarbrough, Marks 
Janice Seolt, Hernando 
Jennifer Seott, Coldualer 
LaTracia Seott, Hernando 



213 



Scottie Scott, Hernando 

Pain Scruggs. Hernando 

Bill Sellers, Memphis 

Joe Sew ell. Tha.xton 

Beth Shackelford, Coldwater 



Shawnee Sharpe, Tunica 

John Shaw. Holly Springs 

Mike Shaw. Waterford 

Rhonda Shaw. Waterford 

Steve Shaw. Coffeerille 



Robert Shearer. Coldwater 

Tom Shearer, Water Valley 

Jan Shelton, Bruce 

Pam Shepherd. Tunica 

Elaine Shinstock, Senatobia 



Carl Shiplev. Memphis 

Pattilynne Simmons, Memphis 

James Simpson, Oakland 

Jeannie Sinquefield, Senatobia 

Theresa Sinquefield, Senatobia 



Catherine Skelton, Hernando 

Claudine Slaughter, Charleston 

Brenda Smart, Coldwater 

Mary Smart, Hernando 

Barbara Smith. Vance 



Jean Smith. Vance 

Betty Smith. Vance 

Betty Smith. Batesville 

Brian Smith, Sumner 

Darrell Smith, Memphis 



Jerry Smith. Waterford 

Julia Smith, Sardis 

Catherine Smith, Oxford 

Leon Smith. Charleston 
Lucille Smith. Coldicater 



Ruby Smith. Abbeville 

Terry Smith, Pope 

Richard Snow, Olive Branch 

Rav Sosebee, Tunica 

Tim Sparks. Polls Camp 




214 




Minnie Spearman, Senalobia 
George Spier, Cascilla 
Don Sprayberry, Calhoun City 
Brenda Stalling*, Marks 
Sharone Stamps, Batesville 



Brenda Stanford, Oxford 
Bobby Starnes. Oxford 
Jo Ann Staten, Oxford 
Annie Steen. Coffeeville 
Linda Stein, Memphis 



David Steinman, Senalobia 
Glen Steinman, Senalobia 
Norely Stephens, Venezuela 
Nell Stevens, Cold-water 
Beverly Stewart, Como 



Gloria Steward, Senalobia 
John Still, Senalobia 
Lydia Still, Sardis 
Ronald Stone, Potts Camp 
David Strickland, Memphis 



Sandra Stround, Grenada 
Rita Sutton, Soulhaven 
Tommy Swindoll, Robinsonville 
Sheila Tackett, Webb 
Virginia Tallant, Randolph 



Susan Talley, Memphis 
Howard Tanner, Pine Bluff. Ark. 
Susan Tanner, Memphis 
Robert Tate, Hernando 
Vernon Tate, Nesbil 



Kathy Taylor, Big Creek 
Rodney Taylor, Grenada 
Shirley Taylor, Oxford 
Susan Taylor, Oxford 
Walter Taylor, Senalobia 



William Taymon, Batesville 
Janie Tedford, Batesville 
William Terry, Jr., Senalobia 
Cary Thompson, Marks 
Kenneth Thompson, Senatobia 



215 



Leon Thompson. Darling 

Wardell Thompson. Nesbit 

Richard Thorn Ion. Tunica 

Tom Thornton. Tunica 

Jem Thweatt, Abbeville 



Phil Tidwell, Batesville 

Linda Tierce. Coffeeville 

Connie Tillman. Til la tuba 

Jesse Tillman. Tillatoba 

Gary Todd. Coldioater 



Jackie Todd, Coldwater 

Leslie Tomlinson, Holly Springs 

Joe Towles, Clarksdale 

Mike Towles, Memphis 

Wade Towles, Sard is 



Jacqueline Townsend, Southaven 

Dermis Tread way, Memphis 

Jean Treadway, Memphis 

Stan Tribble, Charleston 

Anita Trussell, Gore Springs 



Beck) Tubbs, Sardis 

Kathy Turner, Byhalia 

Linda Turner, Sardis 

Tim Tutor, Pontotoc 

Nancy Tyler. Water Valley 



Brad Van Winkle, Water Valley 

Benny Vance, Grenada 

Butch Vance, Webb 

Mimi Vickery, Senatobia 

Robert Voyles, Olive Branch 



Mike Wade, Calhoun City 
Pearlye Wadley, Abbeville 
Robert Waldon. Rolling Fork 
George Waldrop, Pontotoc 
Linda Waldrup. Memphis 



Phil Waldrop. Courtland 

Benin Walker. Til/aloha 

Daryl Walker, Independence 

Gail Walker, Senatobia 

Phil Walker, Independence 



216 





Willie Wallace, Olive Branch 
Dcbra Waller. Marks 
Mike Walton, G«wk/<i 
David Ward, Springfield, Ky. 
Donna Ward, Crowder 



Roger Warren, Batesville 
Deboris Washington, Walls 
Anne Watkins. Red Banks 
James Watkins, Vardaman 
Glyndell Watts. Baton Roui/e. La. 



James Walts, Water Valley 
Roger Webb, Lambert 
Bobby Weeks, Batesville 
Manuel Weeks. Tutwiler 
Glenn Wells, Paris 



Jimmy Wells, Crowder 
Linda Sue Wells, Oxford 
Tern Wells, Waterford 
Johnnie Kay West. Byhalia 
Man West, Scobey 



Saddle Westbrook. Horn Lake 
Anne Wheeler, Coldicater 
Deborah Whitaker, Batesville 
Becky White, Water Valley 
Charles William White, Memphis 



Charlotte White. Oxford 
Randy Whitworth, Independence 
Danny Wilhurn. Moscow, Term. 
Terry Wilhurn, Michigan City 
Guyton Wilkerson. Hickory Flat 



Ronald Wilkerson. Blue Mountain 
Warren Wilkerson. Charleston 
Connie Wilkinson. Hernando 
David Williams, Potts Camp 
Fred Williams. Coma 



Glen Williams. Potts Camp 
Johnny Williams, Memphis 
Lee Williams. Hernando 
Ma""ie Williams. Tunica 
Norma Williams, Memphis 



217 



Patsy Williams, Lambert 

Penny Williams, Como 

Ricky Williams, Holly Springs 

Rosey Williams, Holly Springs 

Tommy Williams, Sardis 



Renae Willis, Hernando 

Carl Wilson, Sardis 

Thomas Wilson, Southaven 

Sydney Wilson, Somerville, Tenn. 

Derwood Winders, Olive Branch 



Eugenia Wingo, Oxford 

A. G. Wolfe, Coldwater 

Patsy Wolfe, Charleston 

Rolph Wolfe, Cascilla 

Emma Woodard, Tunica 



Ronnie Woody, Coldwater 

Carolyn Woolfolk, Senatobia 

Donald Woolfolk, Senatobia 

Sherry Woolfolk, Coldwater 

Dorris Work, Potts Camp 



Jimmy Wortham, Oxford 

Pierce Wortham, Memphis 

Bennie Yancy, Como 

Clara York, Coffeeville 

Billy Young, Byhalia 



Dan Young, Senatobia 

Janice Young, Houlka 

William D. Yount, Coldwater 

Richard Zook, Walls, 

Nephtali Castillo, Senatobia 




218 






* 'N 




In Memory 

of 

Spencer 

Lofton 



It matters not how long 
we live, but how; then 
to live in hearts we 
leave behind is not to die. 



219 



Directory 



— A — 

Acree, Frank Leonard — 116, 197 

Adams, Robert Roy — 124. 197 

Adams, Wanda Jane — 197 

Addington, Michael D. — 105, 126. 136. 172 

Ahrens. Walter Norris — 197 

Akins, Helen Elizabeth — 54, 55. 117, 172 

Aid), James Edward — 116, 197 

Alexander, John Walters — 172 

Alexander, Sharon Ann — 197 

Alford. Anthony Merrill — 197 

Algee, Trudy Elaine — 101, 172 

Allen, Claudeen — 172 

Allendorfer, Joanne M. — 172 

Amnions, Geans Finley — 114, 172 

Anderson, Dennis — 197 

Anderson, Francis E. — 162, 197 

Anderson, Odie — 172 

Ansbro, Patrick Dennis — 197 

Anthony, Priscilla M. 

Appleton, Earnestine — 197 

Arbuckle, Donna — 197 

Argo, Michael David — 118, 197 

Armstrong. Charlotte — 172 

Arnold. Bonnie Jean — 197 

Arwood, Penny Jane — 103. 125. 197 

Ashe, Dale Lynn 

Ashworth, Gilbert Lynn — 132, 197 

Ashworth, Terry Lee — 172 

Atkins, Annie Mae — 108, 197 

Austin, Charles A. — 197 

Avant. Charlie — 197 

Aven, John David — 116, 172 

Avery, Sandra Kay — 172 

— B — 

Baggett, Austin Blaine — 44, 100, 103, 105, 

114, 117, 118, 119, 124, 172,232 
Baggett, Margaret E. — 124, 197 
Bagguley, Lynda Gay — 130, 172 
Bagwell, Vaida Ruth — 197 
Bailey, John Leslie — 107, 118, 172 
Bailey, Lowell K. — 172 
Baile), Martha Lynn — 197 
Bailey, Nancy Jean — 197 
Bailey, Ronald Emmet — 106, 172 
Bailey, William L. — 197 
Baker, Brenada Kay — 116, 197 
Baker, Louise — 118, 197 
Baldwvn, Barbara Louise — 172 
Banister, Milton Michael — 197 
Banks, Vivian Faye — 197 
Banton, Franklin Eugene -- 100, 114, 130, 

132, 172 
Barber, Patricia Claire — 116, 133, 197 
Barbour, Walter Eugene — 109, 197 
Barker, Justin E. — 132, 197 
Barlow. Dcbra Q. — 116, 197 
Barnes, Vohn Kirk — 40, 100. 114, 172 
Baronowski, James F. — 116, 197 
Baronowski, Mary Lou — 45, 101, 112, 124, 

131, 173 
Baronowski, Myra S. — 25, 115, 130, 164, 197 
Barrett, Jerry L. — 105, 115, 126, 130, 136, 

173 
Barry, Delouise — 197 
Barrv, Therese Marie — 116, 122, 197 
220 



Barton, George Moore — 197 
Bates, Patty E. — 124, 127, 129, 173 
Baucum, Dale G. — 39, 106, 125, 173 
Baxter, Harleigh Robert — 103, 119, 129, 132, 

197 
Beard, Devoe Lucrette — 133, 197 
Beard, Wilbert — 146, 148. 152. 198 
Bearden, William M. — 114, 124. 130, 198 
Beaver, Billy Floyd — 173 
Beck, Kathleen Marie — 198 
Beeler, Audrey L. — 173 
Belk, Mary Alice — 198 
Bell, Evalina Irby — 130, 132, 172, 198 
Bennett, Burney Macon — 173 
Bennett, Nancy Carolyn Elaine — 198 
Bennett, Virginia Ann — 173 
Bevill, Linda Gay — 108, 198 
Bickerstaff, William 0. — 198 
Bien, Carolyn Elaine — 117, 124, 173 
Biggs, Jeffrey — 121, 173 
Billingsley, Anelia — 40, 103, 117. 173 
Billingsley, Daniel Ray — 118. 173 
Bishop, Garnette — 198 
Bishop, Kirbv Ellis — 104, 126. 136. 198 
Black, Kathy — 173 

Blackburn. Robbie Dale — 100. 124, 173 
Blackwood, Frank Scott Jr. — 116 
Blake, Lou Jessie — 121, 124, 198 
Blakely, James Eugene — 198 
Blann, George Kenneth — 126, 136, 198 
Blaylock, Warren Harrison — 130, 131, 198 
Bledsoe, Tommy Hugh — 115, 126, 136, 173 
Blend, Johnny Dean — 198 
Blocker, Mary Lynn — 111, 117, 173 
Blount, Cora Lynne — 116, 198 
Blythe, Phyllis Marie — 112, 131, 130, 198 
Boggan, Robert Wayne — 198 
Boling, Elizabeth Ann — 40, 107, 117, 173 
Boling, George B. Jr. — 125, 126, 136, 198 
Bollinger, Larry Dee — 113, 173 
Bollinger, Ronald Adriom — 116, 198 
Bolton, Glemda Joyce — 114, 173 
Bomar, William E. — 132, 130, 198 
Boone, Eva K. — 174 
Boone, Luether — 198 
Booth, Laura Ann — 174 
Boren, Charles Allen — 116, 174 
Boren, Judy Carol — 114, 118, 124, 133, 198 
Boren, Randy L. — 126, 136, 198 
Boshers, Deborah Jeanne — 116, 174 
Bowie, Barry Earl — 174 
Bowie, Billy Wright — 132, 198 
Boyd, Bettye Jean — 198 
Boyd, Paul Gillespie — 198 
Boyle, John Thomas — 198 
Bradford, Anita Faye — 115, 198 
Bradford, Paula — 111, 198 
Bradley, Ralph Edward — 198 
Bradshaw, Jimmy Lee — 126, 136, 198 
Branan, Steve Wayne — 124, 129, 174 
Brasell, Bonnie Claire — 25, 100, 101, 124, 

127, 129, 130, 174 
Brassel, Eleanor Neal — 127, 129, 174 
Brassel, John S. — 104, 198 
Bratton, Barbara Gail — 198 
Brents, Jeanne Belle— 111, 198 
Brewer, James Bryan — 126, 136, 198 
Bridges, Harvey Gayle — 198 
Briggs, Kathy Jo — 132, 198 



Bright, Kenneth Moore — 198 

Briscoe, Charlotte A. — 124, 130, 172, 198 

Brisco, Donna Marie — 100, 122, 124, 174 

Brister, Jimmy Winfred — 174 

Britt, Curtis Wayne — 174 

Broadway, Ricky M. — 199 

Broadway, Susan — 103, 199 

Brock, Angeline Rose 

Brooks, Glenda Ann — 118. 199 

Brooks, James A. — 199 

Brooks, Michael B. — 199 

Brooks, Travis Lann — 104, 199 

Brown, Bobby Gordon — 174 

Brown, Carol — 124, 174 

Brown, Delma — 119, 174 

Brown, Donna Lynne — 174 

Brown, Janis Marie — 174 

Brown, Johnny Kay 

Brown, Kerby Guy — 199 

Brown, Mildred Louise — 124, 199 

Brown, Ora Jean — 199 

Brown, Richard L. — 199 

Brown, Rodney Dale — 107, 119. 174 

Brown, Sammy Gay — 199 

Brown, Thomas Louis — 45, 100, 124, 174 

Brown, Virginia Ann — 199 

Brown, Virginia Carol 

Brown, Wheatley A. Jr. 

Brown, William Lester — 199 

Brown, Willie Ray — 113, 146, 149, 151, 153, 

199 
Browning, Danny Reed — 174 
Browning, Deborah A. — 114, 124, 130, 133, 

199 
Browning, Jimmy D. — 199 
Brummett, Glendell M. — 124, 199 
Brunette, Debbie Ann — 108, 174 
Bryant, Betty Lynne 
Bryant, Elizabeth D. — 108, 199 
Bryant, Kitt III — 116, 199 
Bryant, Linda Diane — 122, 175 
Bryant, Margie Lynn — 129, 132, 199 
Bryant, Mary Loris — 175 
Bryant, Nina S. — 116, 199 
Buford, Barbara G. — 199 
Buford, Charlotte Ann — 199 
Buford, Houston — 126, 136, 175 
Buford, Larry — 132, 199 
Buford, Randolph — 126, 136, 175 
Buford, Sherron Diane — 199 
Bugg, Carter Leon — 105, 199 
Bullion, Linda Ruth — 119, 121, 124, 175 
Burch, Oliver Manning — 175 
Burchett, Linda J. — 199 
Burchfield, Lenord Lee — 104, 175 
Burchfield, Michael R. — 199 
Burford, Carol Jean — 118, 125, 199 
Burk, Susan A. — 119, 199 
Burkes, Frances Susan — 199 
Burkes, Robert L. — 105, 126, 136, 199 
Burns, Kenneth Wayne — 115, 199 
Burns, Stephen Wade — 132, 199 
Burrow, David McCleary — 126, 136, 175 
Burt, Carolyn — 112, 130, 199 
Burton, Rodney Dhane — 199 
Burton, William A. — 104, 163, 175 
Busby, Barbara Diane — 108, 199 
Butner, Uina Sue — 116, 175 
Butts, Larry Robert — 105, 199 



Bvrd. David Keith — 199 
Byrd, Mary Merel 



— C 



-200 
200 



Callicott. Albert L. Jr. 

Callicutt. Georgia M. - 

Campanv, Norman Coy 

Campbell. Ashby Nathaniel — 175 

Campbell. Jackie Lynn 

Campbell. Karl Wallace 

Campbell. Rosalyn E. — 200 

Camponova, Suzanne M. — 200 

Cappaze. H. G. 

Cardell. James A. Jr. — 200 

Carlini, Diane Cosby — 108. 200 

Carlini. JudvC. — 118. 200 

Carlisle, Ara — 108. 200 

Carlisle, Bobby G. — 175 

Carlisle. Dennis C. Jr. 

Carlisle, Richard W. — 107. 200 

Carmon. Gary Lynn — 126. 136. 200 

Carpenter. Bettve Jean — 118. 133, 200 

Carpenter. Carolyn C. — 200 

Carpenter. Christine O. — 111. 200 

Carpenter. James H. Jr. — 200 

Carpenter. Michelle — 200 

Carpenter. Sheron — 112. 119. 120, 130. 131. 

200 
Carpenter. Wallace P. — 124, 200 
Carpenter, William C. Jr. — 200 
Carroum, Frank Berry — 100. 200 
Carroum. Roger J. — 103. 116. 200 
Carruthers. Wilson M. Jr. — 116, 200 
Carsley. Betty Burnes — 133, 175 
Cartee, Anita L. — 200 
Carter, Benjamin P. — 162. 200 
Carter, Charles William — 162 
Carter, Connie Lee — 200 
Carter, David L. — 104, 200 
Carter, John Ed — 105, 175 
Carthan. Helen Jean — 200 
Castillo, Nephtali — 106. 218 
Catledge, Rivers Dale — 133, 200 
Causey, Laura Etta — 200 
Chamberlin, Durward E. — 175 
Chambers, Frances — 200 
Chambliss, Richard B. — 200 
Champion, Anthie G. — 200 
Champion, Tony V. — 200 
Chandler, Jerry Thomas — 116, 200 
Chapman, Jack Eugene — 106. 175 
Chapman, Janet Grace — 111, 200 
Chapman, Janie Mae — 108. 200 
Chapman, Patricia Ann — 100. 114. 200 
Chapman. Sherry Ann — 200 
Chatham, Cynthia Ann — 200 
Chatman, Gary Don — 113. 200 
Cherrv, Donna Karen — 201 
Childers, Bettie Lee — 108. 124. 201 
Childers, Judv Paulette — 118, 124, 175 
Chinn, Dexter B. — 109, 201 
Chrestman, Jimmy W. — 201 
Chrestman. Shelia Ann — 175 
Clanton. Bill L. Jr. — 201 
Clanton. D.bra Jean — 114, 201 
Clara, Joe Frank 
Clark. Albert Michael — 201 
Clark, Bobby Dacus — 201 
Clark. Curtis Michael — 201 
Clark. Cynthia Elaine — 114, 130, 201 
Clark, Norman A/.ier — 104 



Clements. Bobby Joe — 178 

Clements, Jackie — 201 

Cobb, Charles Clark — 201 

Cobb, Donna Sue — 143. 167, 176 

Cochran, Patsy June — 124, 130, 201 

Cohran, Arthur Lee — 201 

Coker, Michael Earl — 176 

Coker, Robert Joseph — 28, 29, 31, 44, 46. 

103. 105, 118, 176, 232 
Cole, Kenneth Gary — 201 
Cole, Sherman Earl — 176 
Coleman, John Roland — 201 
Colhoun, Garrie Catlett 
Collier. Donald J. — 201 
Collins, Deborah Ann — 116, 201 
Collins, George Gayden — 115, 201 
Collums, Lynda Gail — 176 
Colston, Bobby Lee — 201 
Conner, Eddie Lorange — 113, 124, 201 
Conrad, John W. — 122. 201 
Cook, Phillip Edward — 176 
Conlee, Teresa Ann — 116, 132, 201 
Cooper, Elizabeth Hughes — 114, 201 
Cooper, James Cleophas — 176 
Cooper, Pamela Gayle — 116, 119, 176 
Cooper, Robert Sherman — 105, 201 
Cooper, Sandra Faye — 111. 176 
Coscia. Deborah Jo — 117, 176 
Cotten, James Fred — 115, 126, 136, 201 
Couch, Fletcher — 176 
Covington, Carol Jean — 176 
Covington, James Henry — 201 
Cox, Eddie Fave — 124, 176 
Cox, John Rodgers — 201 
Cox, Larry Leon — 43, 45, 100. 104, 176 
Cox, Laurence Andrew 
Cox, Linda Jo — 116, 124, 176 
Cox, Linda Lou — 201 
Cox, Nancy Sue — 116. 133, 201 
Cox, Sarah Marie — 201 
Cox, Sol Patrick — 25, 124. 125, 129, 176 
Craft, John Paul — 126, 201 
Crawford, David Nelson — 201. 125 
Crawford, John Steven — 176 
Crawford, Ronald Lee — 201 
Crigler, Larry Leon — 44, 100, 104, 105. 126. 

136, 158,161, 176 
Crockett, Jo Karen — 107, 114, 130, 201 
Crow, Janice Leona — 201 
Crowell, William B. 
Crowlev, David Bradford — 114, 130 
Crutchfield, Ruby Carol — 201 
Culpepper, Janet Kaye — 125, 201 
Cummings, Mary Etta — 177 
Cunningham, Ernest — 201 
Curley, George Edward — 201 

— D — 

Dahl, William H. — 202 

Dancy, Lvnda Carmen — 107. 129, 130, 202 

Dancy, Randal Gene — 113. 202 

Darby, David Martin — 116, 202 

Darby, Jack L. Jr. — 136, 139, 202 

Darby, Michael Wayne — 104, 126. 177 

Darnell, John Thomas — 202 

Darnell, Martha — 108, 202 

Davidson, Don 

Davis, Alfred Owen 

Davis, Deborah Sue — 202 

Davis, Dennis M. — 116. 202 

Davis, Donald D. — 100, 177 



Davis, Frank Miles 

Davis, Ivy Jean — 202 

Davis, James Malcolm — 202 

Davis, Joseph Elmo — 202 

Davis, Martha Sue — 202 

Davis, Mary Eleanor — 164. 177 

Davis, Orlando — 177 

Davis, Thomas W. 

Dawley, Sandra Kaye — 107, 114. 202 

Dees, Robert Wayne — 117 

Delk, Lewis Edwin 

Demaree, Karen Dianne — 202 

Demaree, Mary C. 

Denlev. Paul Criss Jr. — 202 

Denley, Veronica — 108, 202 

Dennis, Michael Steven — 202 

Dennis, William H. — 202 

Denton, Belinda — 177 

Devore, Stephen Alan — 113, 202 

Dickerson, Breece Randal — 109. 202 

Dickerson, James Q. — 109. 202 

Dickerson. William Bovd — 177 

Dickey, Fallace Dodd — 46, 49 

Dickey, Pamela Joan — 202 

Dickson, Don Morris — 106 

Dickson, Erma Faye — 177 

Dickson, Mary Alicia — 100. 111. 202 

Didlake, Patrick Henry — 163, 177 

Didomenico, John G. — 113, 202 

Dismuke, Jane — 116, 202 

Dixon. Mae Ruthe — 111 



Dobbins, Peggy Jean 



124. 202 





221 



Dockerv, Christine — 202 

Doddridge, Martha Anne — 112, 114, 130, 177 

Doler, Donna Elaine — 116, 117, 177 

Donham, Diana Elizabeth — 202 

Donham, William — 202 

Dooney, Bonnie — 202 , 

Dorr, Reid Patton — 100, 105, 119, 162, 177 

Dorroh, Deborah — 118, 202 

Draper, Joyce Ann — 107, 202 

Driver, John Clay 

Dudley, Maple H. — 202 

Dugger, Joseph Edward — 116, 177 

Dugger, Leslie — 46, 48, 100, 177 

Duke, John J. Ill 

Dunaway, Jefferson Arnold — 118 

Dunlap, Robert G. — 126, 136, 202 

Dunn, Jimmy D. — 202 

Dunn, Marian Marie — 177 

Durrett, David Preston — 40, 44, 112, 114, 

130, 131, 132, 177 
Dye, Glenn Earl — 104, 105, 126, 136, 177 
Dye, Roger Lynn — 46, 49, 177 
Dyer, Candayee Sue — 124, 202 
Dyess, David Ely — 113 



— E — 



202 



Easley, Ronald Andrew- 
Echols, Bertha L. 
Edington, Grover B. — 177 
Edmondson, Mary Edna — 111, 177 
Edwards, Daniel Hugh — 178 
Edwards, George W. — 105, 118, 202 
Edwards, Judy Allyn — 203 
Edwards, Kathy Juliene — 203 
Edwards, Leland Steveson — 130, 203 
Edwards, Michael Alan — 38, 178 
Edwards, Michael William — 203 
Edwards, Robert Don 
Elam, Judy Haroldlyn — 132, 203 
Eldridge, Willie Jean — 178 
Elion, Eleanor Faye — 203 
Elliott, Gary Leon 
Ellis, Danny Joe — 203 
Ellis, Linda Faye 
Ellis, Marshall Lee — 178 
Ellzay, Byron Carl — 203 
Embry, William Darrel — 203 
Escue, Meredith Wardell — 39, 178 
Etheridge, Jacqueline — 203 
Evans, Charles D. — 203 
Evans, Walter R. Jr. — 203 
Everage, John 



178 
Finnic, Homer Lee — 203 
Fischer, James Andrew — 112, 114, 130 
Fitzgerald, Gregory John — 203 
Fitzgerald, Philip Alan — 203 
Flake, Sandra Lee — 116, 203 
Flake, Susan Charlene — 118, 203 
Fleming, Hattie Fay — 116, 203 
Flemons, Robert B. — 116, 124, 129, 203 
Fletcher, Joseph C. — 132, 203 
Floate, George Stanley — 103, 106, 178 
Floate, Penny Marjean — 106 
Floyd, Eunice Inez — 108, 203 
Flynn, Marvin Herbert — 116, 178 
Flynn, Thomas Edward — 116, 178 
Ford, Janet Lee — 203 
Forrest, Willie J. Jr. — 112, 130, 132, 203 
Fortner, Paul David — 178 
Foshee, Michael Hodge — 105, 113, 203 
Foster, Danny — 203 
Foster, William Michael — 115, 152, 203 
Foust, Kerry Dale — 203 
France, Dorothy Landers — 178 
Franks, Betty Joyce — 116, 203 
Franks, Bonnie Nell — 133, 203 
Franks, Mary Ann — 120, 178 
Franks, Phillip E. — 100, 110, 112, 122, 130, 

178 
Frazier, Brenda — 203 
Frazier, Marcia Gayle — 107, 203 
Freelon, Rickard Earl 
Freeman, Wayne — 162 
Frew, Harvey David 
Friedman, Mark Alan 
Frisbie, Jeffrey Lee — 203 



Gadd, Charles Wynn — 45, 116, 122, 178 

Gadd, Larry C. — 204 

Gaines, Kenneth E. — 204 

Galloway, Bruce C. — 118, 178 

Gandy, James Garland — 204 

Gandy, Sarah Kathryn — 42, 178 

Gann, George D. — 204 

Gargand, Terry Ann — 114, 124, 204 

Garrett, Charles Douglas 

Gartin, Rebecca Ann — 204 

Gates, Carol Evelyn — 118, 204 

Gaulding, Geneva — 204 

Gee, Jack Willard Jr. — 204 

Gelvin, Martha Karen — 178 



Gentry, Brenda Gail — 204 

George, Leclare Yvonne — 179 

Gerrard, Louie Hicks — 178 

Gilder, Dorothy Cheryl — 204 

Gillon, Nancy J. — 130, 179 

Gipson, Clinton E. 

Gipson, Linda Darnell — 204 

Glass, Jo Lynn — 101, 112, 124, 130, 133, 

204 
Glenn, Grover C. Ill — 204 
Glover, Gerald Lvnn — 204 
Goddard, Judy Lynn — 111, 122, 129, 204 
Goff, Kathy — 179 
Golden, Emmy G. — 133, 204 
Golden, James Allen — 105, 113, 119, 179 
Gooch, Brenda Kay — 120, 204 
Gooch, Brian Kelly — 118, 204 
Gooch, Philip Lee — 119 
Goode, Marlin Shelby — 178 
Gooden, Vickie Dale — 204 
Goodnight, Jean Ivy — 44, 116, 122, 124, 133, 

178 
Goodnight, Robert Allen — 113, 179 
Goodrun, Melvin 

Goodson, Patricia Raye — 125, 127, 179 
Goodwin, Billy Gene — 204 
Goodwin, Jean Dale — 204 
Goodwin, Jeri J. — 107, 119, 204 
Goudelock, James Allen — 101, 179 
Graham, Valerie Denise — 124, 204 
Grahan, William R. — 204 
Grant, Lucille 

Gray, Brenda Jo — 116, 119, 124, 179 
Gray, Gorden Irvin Jr. — 132, 204 
Gray, Judy Marie — 204 
Gray, Michael Wayne — 179 
Gray, Murray Scott — 113, 179 
Green, James Herbert 
Green, Jerry Randall — 204 
Greene, Mary Elizabeth — 179 
Greer, Charlotte — 133, 204 
Gregg, Bonnita J. — 119, 121, 124, 179 
Gregg, Janet Lee — 106, 124, 130, 204 
Gregg, Janice Faye — 114 
Gregory, Stephen H. — 204 
Grice, Donald William — 132, 204 
Griffin, Donna Louise — 116, 204 
Griffin, Gloria Elmira — 116, 179 
Griffin, Paulette — 25, 101, 121, 124, 179 
Griffin, Phillip Ansel — 204 
Griggs, Walter Ray — 104, 204 
Grimsley, David Allen — 179 



— F — 

Faulkenbery, James David — 104, 203 

Faust, Terry Lyn — 162, 203 

Faust, W. Norris — 158, 159, 178 

Fedric, Ellen Ruth — 203 

Fedric, Robert Estro — 113 

Felker, Sandra Daphene — 203 

Ferguson, James W. Jr. — 105, 203 

Ferguson, John David — 203 

Ferguson, Michael Monroe — 118, 119, 162, 

178 
Ferguson, Patricia Anne — 203 
Ferguson, Terrell Gene 
Fernandez, Brenda G. — 107, 203 
Ferrell, Hal M. Jr. — 178 
File, Danny Phil — 203 
Finke, Vicki Jo — 107, 110, 114, 117, 119, 
222 




Grubbs, Harold T. — 118, 204 
Gurley. Marion Lewis — 204 
Guthrie, Ethel Earline — 204 



H 



Haire, Donald E. — 204 

Haire, Man Pauline — 204 

Hale, Emmette F. — 25, 40, 44, 119, 130, 131 

Hale, George E. — 105, 120, 205 

Hale, Man Kathryn — 111, 205 

Haley, Janie Faye — 116, 205 

Haley, Michael Wood — 107 

Haley, Morris Stuart — 179 

Haley, Ralph Edwin — 112, 132, 205 

Halev, Seott Allen — 124, 205 

Hall,' David E. — 205 

Hall, Edward Earl — 205 

Haltom, Richard C. — 205 

Handwerker, Henry C. — 105, 119, 205 

Hannaford, Cathy Ann — 119, 205 

Hannaford, James C. — 179 

Hannaford, Patricia K. — 100. 119, 120, 124, 

130, 133, 179 
Harbour, George Henry — 205 
Hardin, Clemmie Rebecca — 103, 111, 118, 

180 
Hardin, Jimmy Don — 104, 205 
Hardin, Kenneth Lee — 107, 120, 124, 205 
Hardin, Sherrye Lejeune — 130, 205 
Hardin, Teresia Ann 
Hardt, Charles J. Ill — 109, 205 
Hardy, John Lewis — 205 
Hardy, Larry Dean — 180 
Hardy, Michael E. — 113, 205 
Hargett, Donald Steven — 156, 180 
Hargett, Edward M. — 115, 205 
Harmon, Joe Cecil — 180 
Harper, David Lane — 205 
Harpole, Don Terry — 205 
Harpole, Marilyn Faye — 133, 205 
Harrell, James L. — 205 
Harrelson, Martha E. — 180 
Harris, Barbara Ann — 180 
Harris, Lola Mae — 36, 116, 119, 133, 205 
Harrison, Jackie J. — 180 
Harrison, James Fredrick — 101, 205 
Harrison, Patricia Anne — 116, 205 
Harrison, Stanley B. — 205 
Harrison. Thomas Willis — 180 
Hart, William Cary — 205 
Hartley, Cynthia Jo — 119, 120, 205 
Hartley, Kathy — 205 
Harwood, William Michael — 205 
Hastings, David Y. 
Hastings, William Mark — 180 
Hatcher, Mary Jo — 180 
Hatcher, Steven Michael — 116, 163, 180 
Hawkins, Donnie M. — 180 
Hawkins, Ronald Edward — 180 
Hawkins, William Gay — 205 
Heigle, Ferrel Rodney — 205 
Helms, James W. Jr. — 205 
Hendrix, Jamie William — 180 
Hensley, Chester H. — 180 
Henson, Brenda Kay — 39, 115, 124, 143, 

164, 166, 167, 180 
Hentz, Francis Jane — 180 
Herndon, Larry Joe — 100, 101, 124, 180 
Harold, Jan Noel — 205 
Herring, Daisy Mae — 25, 124, 180 
Herring, Gwendolyn J. — 111, 205 



Higgins, Cecilia Ann — 180 

Hill, Barry Wayne — 181 

Hill, Cathy Virginia — 36, 37, 45, 101, 115, 

122, 133, 164, 181 
Hill, David Eugene — 121 
Hill, Deborah Ann — 129, 205 
Hill, Robert Jr. — 205 
Hillhouse, Robert Earl — 112, 130, 181 
Hiner, Clarence Robert — 112, 130, 181 
Hines, Frank — 104, 181 
Hitt, George B. — 116, 181 
Hobbs, Jo Ann — 116, 119, 143, 205, 36 
Hobson, John L. — 206 
Hodge, William David — 113, 114, 132, 206 
Hodges, Donna Marie — 206 
Hogan, Bobbye Jean — 181 
Holden, Brenda Joyce — 108, 206 
Holder, Donna Jean — 118, 206 
Holder, Lyndon Ray — 115, 122, 206 
Holder, Paul Douglass 
Holland, Danny R. — 206 
Holland, Floyd Allen Jr. — 206 
Hollenbeck, Brian H. 
Holliday, Billy Melvin 

Hollingsworth, Howard R. — 124, 130, 206 
Hollins, Ethel Mae — 206 
Hollis, Authur Sherman — 206 
Hollis, Carol Elaine — 206 
Hollowell, Darlene Renee — 107, 206 
Holt, Jerry Stahton — 45, 100, 101, 105, 126, 

136, 139, 181 
Hopkins, Evylow Kay — 101, 120, 206 
House, Eudina Lucille — 181 
House, Willis J. Jr. — 105, 116, 122, 126, 136, 

206 
Houston, Betty Elizabeth — 116, 206 
Houston, Iva Varnle 
Houston, William Gleen — 126, 136, 140, 158, 

159 
Howe, Lynda Ruth — 133, 206 
Howell, Douglas D. 
Howell, Particia Diane — 118, 206 
Howell, Rupert Kay — 122, 206 
Howell, Velma Lee — 111, 206 
Huckaby, Ronald D. — 206 
Hudson, Dollie Mae — 111, 206 
Hudson, Gilbert Lamar 
Hudspeth, Charles L. — 107, 206 
Huffstatler, Patricia Ann — 206 
Hughes, Cristella — 133, 206 
Hughes, Linda Carol — 206 
Humphrey, Irma Jean — 181 
Hurdle, Alan Carl — 104, 126, 150, 151, 152, 

181 
Hurdle, Shelia Ann — 206 
Hutcheson, Jackie — 206 
Hutchins, Terry Wayne — 101, 124, 116, 206 
Hyde, Frank — 181 



I 



Irby, Van Leonard — 105, 181 
Irby, Yolinda — 206 



— J — 

Jackson, Bernice — 206 
Jackson, Eyvone — 206 
Jackson, Henry L. Jr. — 206 
Jackson, Jannifer — 116, 206 
Jackson, Ruby Pearl — 206 
James, Billy R. — 206 



Jamison, Buster Jr. — 206 

Jarrett, Miriam 0. — 119, 120, 206 

Jeffreys, William E. Ill — 109, 206 

Jenkins, Amy Rinda — 207 

Jenkins, Douglas C. — 120, 207 

Jenkins, Gary Lee — 122, 207 

Jenkins, Sarah Ruth — 43, 108, 207 

Jobe, Jerry Lynn — 126, 207 

Johnson, Arthur Edward — 104, 207 

Johnson, Bobby Nolan 

Johnson, Carolyn Almeta — 207 

Johnson, Cathy Lynn — 207 

Johnson, Cynthia D. — 181 

Johnson, Herbert V. 

Johnson, James Thomas — 207 

Johnson, Joyce Ann — 181 

Johnson, Kenneth J. — 207 

Johnson, Michael — 181 

Johnson, Patricia Diane — 24, 30, 43, 45, 46, 

48, 101, 124, 127, 181 

Johnson, Patricia Eileen — 25, 28, 29, 44, 46, 

49, 114, 122, 143, 181 

Johnson, Samuel Glenn — 121, 124, 130, 131, 

132, 181 
Johnson, Susan Speed — 124, 207 
Johnson, Walter Earl — 181 
Joiner, Richard Lee — 207 
Jones, Betty Jean — 207 
Jones, Bobby James 

Jones, Curtis Dale — 105, 115, 126, 136 
Jones, David Lee 
Jones, Ernie Lanell 
Jones, Gary Harris — 181 
Jones, Hattie Pearl — 182 
Jones, Kathy Ann — 207 
Jones, Lewis — 207 
Jones, Milton Ken — 104, 207 
Jones, Pauline Christian 
Jones, Ricky Lyle — 182 
Jones, Robert Lee — 207 
Jones, Sammy L. — 116, 132, 207 
Jones, Sirlestine — 207 

Jones, Terry Joe — 44, 46, 112, 130, 131, 181 
Jones, William Lanier — 181 
Jones, William P. — 182 
Jones, William Stephen — 132, 207 
Jones, Willie Louis 
Jones, Wilson W. — 207 
Jordan, Kathy Y. — 207 
Joslin, Franklin K. — 207 
Jossell, Gladys Ruth — 182 
Judd, Laddas James — 105, 110, 120, 182 

— K — 

Kairit, Christine E. — 207 

Kane, William John — 182 

Kearney, Glenda Kay — 207 

Keith, David Glen — 207 

Kelley, James Patrick 

Kelly, Charles O. — 101, 182 

Kelley, Lemuel Welton — 207 

Kelley, Linda Kay — 120, 207 

Kelly, Edith Dale — 207 

Kelly, Rebecca Lynn — 117, 182 

Kelsay, Carole Ann 

Kemper, Patricia D. — 207 

Kendrick, Judith Lynn — 130, 131, 133, 207 

Kennedy, Richard L. Jr. — 207 

Kidd, William Dean — 44, 100, 117, 118, 182 

Kilgo, Forrest Scott — 105, 182 

Kimble, Essie Faye — 207 

Kimbrell, Robert C. — 182 



223 



Kime, Janet Lvnn — 207 

King, Barbara Jean — 182 

King, David Alan — 207 

King, Dorothv Lou — 182 

King. Elmer Kay — 182 

King, Jeanette Irene — 116. 207 

King. Ronald Lynn 

Kirk, Charles Dennis 

Kirk, Steven Bruce — 182 

Kirkland, Wilbur L. — 130 

Kisner, Russ — 207 

Kittrell, Teressa Ann — 207 

Klepzig, Rebecca — 116. 124. 182 

Knight. Aubrev Donis — 130. 131. 182 

Knight. William H. Ill — 207 

Koen, Dennis Lvnn — 116 

Kopf, Danny Carrol — 182 

Kopf, Howard Thomas — 182 

Kornegav. Stephen T. — 112, 130, 207 

Kroger, Doris Jean — 116, 124, 125. 129, 183 

Kroush, Terry M. 

Kuehn, Lynwood Bernard — 38. 118, 183 



Lamar, John Thomas Jr. — 105. 126. 136. 139. 

208 
Lambert, James H. — 162, 208 
Lammey, Carol Ann -- 100, 114. 122. 143, 

166,208 
Lammey, Susan F. — 25. 106. 112. 114. 130. 

183 ' 
Lancaster, James D. — 208 
Lancaster, Thomas C. — 208 
Lance, Terral Carl — 208 
Landreth, Lois Janell — 108, 208 
Lane, Helon Elizabeth — 183 
Langley, Cheryl Lea — 114, 124, 131, 208 
Langston, Mike A. — 208 
Langston. Nancy Sherryl — 112. 124, 130, 208 
Langston, Shelia Ann — 183 
Lanier, Deborah Jean — 119, 208 
Larigakis, Mick Samuel — 183 
Larrimore, George M. — 114 
Laster, Linda Joyce — 111, 208 
Latham, Robert Richard 
Laughlin, James M. — 183 
Laughter, Judy Kay — 108, 183 
Law rime re. Jimmy Lee — 208 
Lee, Linu' — 114, 116, 183 
Leb.-- Via tie — 118, 208 
Lesure, Addie R. — 208 
Lewellen, William B. — 25, 101, 125, 183 
Lewis, Linda Suzanne — 208 
Lewis, Maggie T. — 208 
Luis, Ronald S. — 116, 208 
Lewis, Thomas James 
Lewis, William E. Jr. — 101, 208 
Liggins, Sammy Gene 

Lightsey, Robert Harold — 105, 126, 136, 208 
Ligon, Thomas Franklin — 183 
Lindley, Keith W. — 208 
Littlejohn. Sibil M. — 183 
Lloyd, Lewis Daniel — 208 
Locke, Shirley Jean — 108 
Lofton, Fred Spencer — 124, 183 
Logan, Darrell Dane — 30 
Logan, Donna Kav — 183 
Logan, Jerry Alvin — 208 
Logan, Jo Ellen — 112, 114. 130, 208 
Long, Belinda Jane — 119, 124, 183 
Long, Jerry Wayne — 208 



Long, Marion Charlie — 41, 183 
Long, Paula Sue — 108. 208 
Long, Robert Paul — 183 
Long, Terry Dalton — 208 
Lotz, Sharon Jane — 208 
Love, Henrine — 183 
Love, Willa Juaniece — 208 
Lowery, Jackie Wayne — 183 
Lowrimore, Dewey M. — 113, 208 
Lowry, Joseph V. — 208 
Luckett, James Leo — 208 
Lucker, Michael W. — 208 
Lum, Ruby Mae — 208 
Lunceford, David Eugene 
Lunceford. Gail — 108, 208 
Lunceford. Robert Alan — 116, 183 

— Mc — 

McAlexander, Robert P. — 183 
McAlister, Karen Gayle — 208 
McArley, Harry Hart II — 208 
McArthur, Charles Scot — 100, 105. 110. 119. 

124, 208 
McAtee, Linda Sue — 108, 124, 208 
McBride, Charlotte J. — 209 
McCarver, Jimmy Dale — 42, 183 
McCharen, Richard Lynn — 209 
McClain, Charles Melvin — 209 
McClain, Van Douglas — 112, 129, 130, 132, 

209 
McClendon, John — 209 
McCook, James Tomme — 183 
McCorkle, Mary Eleanor — 119, 183 
McCormick, Susan Carol — 119, 120, 129, 209 
McCullar, Barney W. — 209 
McCullar, Clarence W. — 104, 124, 209 
McCullar, Linda Ann — 209 
McCullar, Linda Karen — 183 
McCullar, Paul Huron — 209 
McCulley, William Algier — 184 
McCullough, Robert A. — 113, 209 
McDanieJ, Betty Jo — 209 
McDaniel, Pamela Ruth — 119, 184 
McDaniel, Shiela Dianne — 107, 133, 209 
McDaniel, Wilma A. — 184 
McElhaney, Patricia M. — 108, 209 
McElroy, Rodney — 163 
McElroy, Shirley — 209 
McGhee, Willis Steen — 118, 209 
McGregor, Bonnie Sue — 209 
McGregor, Johnny Lee — 113, 184 
Mcintosh, Robert L. 
Mclver, Terry Byers — 209 
Mcjunkins, Elmetria D. 
McKee, Kathy Ann — 122, 184 
McKelroy, Rodney Paul — 106, 184 
McKinney, Helen Delorise — 209 
McKinney, John M. — 209 
McKinnon, Charles M. — 209 
McKnatt, Eddie Eugene — 209 
McKnight, Samuel Caldwell — 121, 184 
McMinn, Ronald Craig — 104, 209 
McMinn, Rufus D. — 107, 184 
McPhail, Patricia — 124, 130 
McPherson, Regina Ellon — 209 
McWilliams, Robert N. IV — 209 



\1 



Mabry, William Ray 

Madison, Lawerence David — 115, 209 



Madison, William Davis — 184 

Madlock, Gloria — 116, 209 

Magee, Mike H. 

Mahan, Marion David — 209 

Malone, Cheryl Ann — 130, 209 

Malone, Clydia Mae — 114, 184 

Malone, Dorothey Jean 

Malone, Jeff Franklin — 184 

Malone, Morris Jr. — 209 

Mangrum, Thurman S. — 106. 126. 136. 209 

Manning, Janet — 132, 209 

Manscoe, William Paul — 116, 209 

Marascalco, Jeanette — 209 

Marion, William Earl — 209 

Martin, Dwain Lennell — 106. 149, 151, 153, 
209 

Martin, Lue Chapman — 209 

Martin, Richard Hayden — 38. 184 

Martin, Ronnie Gale — 184 

Mason, Gail Dannette 

Massengill, B. Teresa — 209 

Massengill, James M. — 184 

Massey, Bobby Joe — 209 

Massey, Chester Jr. — 132, 210 

Massey, F. Elizabeth — 116, 210 

Massey, 'James Edward — 107, 184 

Masterson, Helen J. — 108 

Mathis, Homer N. — 210 

Mathis, Louis Alan — 210 

Matthews, Mona Clyde — 132, 210 

Mauney, Rebecca Jeanne — 125, 210 

Maxcy, Eleanor Ruth — 116, 130, 210 

May, Jay Melvin — 210 

Mayer, Sherry L. — 124. 210 

Maynor, Carlene Kay — 210 

Mayo, Lydia Louise — 108, 210 

Mayo, Sandra Kay — 108, 210 

Means, James Curtis — 210 

Meek, Patricia — 210 

Meek, Rebecca Nell — 185 

Meredith, Lottie Quay — 114, 210 

Messer, Brenda Gaye — 210 

Meyer, John D. Ill — 105, 184 

Middleton, Larry — 210 

Miles, Dewitt Clinton — 210 

Miller, Robert Carey — 122, 184 

Miller, Susan 

Miller, Thomas David — 184 

Miller, Treva Eileen 

Mills, David Alan — 210 

Mills, David Webster — 210 

Mills, Michael Ray — 184 

Mills, Robert Gene — 210 

Mills, Rozan Claire — 210 

Mills, Vicky Lynn — 112, 130, 210 

Mitchell, Barbara Grace — 114, 210 

Mitchell, Frank B. — 185 

Mitchell, Harvey Gene — 185 

Mitchell, James A. — 210 

Mitchell, Kenneth H. — 104, 210 

Mitchell, Patricia Jo — 185 

Mitchell, Virginia Dale — 114. 185 

Mitchell, Walter Howell — 210 

Mize, Larry Gordon — 210 

Monroe, Deborah Lee — 210 

Monteith, Martha Joe — 210 

Montgomery, Deborah Ann — 100, 103, 143, 

167, 210, 32 
Moody, Betty Lee — 108, 210 
Moody, James Morris — 104, 185 
Moore, B. Albert — 185 
Moore, Gerald Neal — 210 



224 



Moore, Linda Jean — 210 

Moore, Robert Allen — 210 

Moore. Sandra Leigh — 185 

Moore. Sidney Malcolm — 210 

Moore, Suzie Lee — 210 

Moore, Tommv Joe — 116. 210 

Moorhead. Lucy Ann — 119. 120. 210 

Moorman. Fred Earl Jr. — 210 

Morgan. Bobby Glenn — 185 

Morgan, Howard Dale — 185 

Morgan, Kenneth — 115. 211 

Morgan. Larry W. — 211 

Morgan, William M. Jr. — 211 

Morgan. Harriet L. — 111. 211 

Morrison, Steve Allen — 113. 211 

Morrow, Ronnie A. 

Morton. Christie Houston — 211 

Mote, Timothy Allen — 211 

Mothershed. Fred Howard -- 105, 124. 162. 

185 
Mov, Charles K. — 113. 129. 211 
Mullen, Cynthia Kay — 112. 122. 130. 131. 

185 
Murchison, Timothy Warren 
Murphree, Alice Faye — 185 
Murphree, Genette — 211 
Murphree. Jimmy Lynn — 118. 185 
Murphy, Dorothy Grace — 121. 185 
Murphy. Sharkler J. — 211 
Myers, Candace Ruth — 185 
Mvers, Marcia Marie — 211 



N" 



Nance. William Pierce — 186 

Nardozzi, Donald Joseph 

Naylor, Maxine — 118 

Neal, Charlotte Jan — 211 

Nelson, Janet Ellen — 211 

Nelson, Peter D. — 105, 126, 136. 186 

Nelson, Richard Larry — 211 

Nelson, Tym M. — 105, 126, 136, 139, 140. 

211, 32 
Netschi, Victor 
Newell, Rickey Dwight — 101, 106, 126. 136. 

211 
Newman, James Otha — 113, 186 
Newman, Roxie Ann — 211 
Newman, Steve — 116. 211 
Newson, Larry Eugene — 186 
Newson, Evornia — 186 
Newton, Barbara Lois — 100, 108, 124. 127. 

211 
Newton, Tom E. — 126, 136, 211 
Neyman, Marilyn Jean — 186 
Nicholas, John Wasson — 44, 121, 186 
Nicholass, Susan P. — 120, 211 
Nichols, Barrv A. 
Nichols, Gerald J. — 186 
Nichols, Glornia Matheny — 42, 44, 119 
Nichols, Harold Stephen — 100, 132, 186 
Nichols, Max William — 186 
Nickels, Jerry Lynn — 163. 186 
Nickels, Victor Shaw — 126, 136, 211 
Niell, Sara Carolyn — 186 
Norphlet, Jerry A. — 211 
Noma, Carolvn Anne — 211 
Norris, Linda Gay — 130 
Norwood, James Kelly — 186 
Norwood, Johnny Elmer — 186 
Nowell, Phyllis Ann — 118. 211 
Nunn, Gary Douglas — 113 
Nutt, Emma Lou — 186 



O 



Oakley, Phillip C. — 100, 105. 115, 126, 136, 

186 
Obriant, Damn Harold 
O'Conner, Terry Wayne — 105. 115. 126. 136. 

211 
Odom, Beverly Ann — 120. 211 
Odum, Kenneth E. — 113 
Oglesby, Eddie Ray 
Oneal, Jimmy Hal — 211 
Oneal, Minor Marvin — 211 
O'Neal, Rebecca Joan — 116, 211 
Ormon, Evelyn Kay — 116, 186 
Osborn, Linda Ann — 108 
Ott, Huie Michael — 211 
Owen, Billy Lee — 186 
Owen, Nanda Marie — 211 
Owen, Ronald Reagan — 211 



Owens. Linda Sut 



— P 



115, 133. 164. 211 



Pang, Tedtord S. — 105, 113, 211 

Pannell, James Edward — 212 

Parker, Donald G. — 186 

Parker, Hohn Robert — 112. 130, 132, 211 

Parker, Kay Elizabeth — 115, 164, 211 

Parker, Larry Dale— 116, 211 

Parker, Ralph — 186 

Parnell, Linda — 187 

Patrick, Brenda Kay — 108, 211 

Patrick, Mona Gail — 211 

Patterson, Bruce Allen — 212 

Patterson, Howard F. — 124, 130. 131. 187 

Patton, Larry — 187 

Patton, Michael Anderson — 187 

Paulk, Patricia Jean — 187 

Payne, Jo Ann — 212 

Pearson, Doyle Gene 

Pechak, Stephen Anthony — 212 

Peller. Jannett — 132, 187 

Penick, Mary Givendolyn — 42, 117, 187 



Pennington, Karen J. — 120, 212 

Percell, Michael Jerry — 113. 212 

Perkins, Dianne — 187 

Perkins, Janes Ronald — 212 

Perkins, Sharon Leigh — 212 

Perry, Susan Diann — 108 

Person, Debra Kay — 143. 212 

Peters, Bardwell Magee — 124. 127. 130. 187 

Peters, Nina Frances — 106. 125. 212 

Peyton, Jerry Ruth — 212 

Pharis, James Leo — 212 

Phelps, Deborah Gay — 212 

Phelps, Martha Lynn — 124. 212 

Phillips, Bettie Jean 

Phillips, Linda Sue — 124. 127. 129. 212 

Phillips. Robert Smith — 104. 187 

Phillips, Tommy Lee 

Pickett. James Robert — 187 

Pierce. Linda Jean — 36. 100. 106. 114. 130. 

187, 36 
Pitcock, Gwendolyn B. 
Pitner. Jean Ann — 108 
Pittman, Lyda Margaret — 212 
Pittman, Michael Arnold — 103. 106. 187 
Plunk. Belinda Ann — 187 
Polk, Earnestine — 212 
Pollan, Alton Wayne 
Pollan, Pascal Junior — 187 
Poole. Gary Malcolm — 104, 187 
Pope, Brenda Kay — 39. 117 
Pope. Catherine jane — 103. 118. 212 
Porter, Clarence Leon — 212 
Porter, Glenn Allen — 212 
Potts, Martha Jean — 212 
Pounds, Sandra Kay — 116 
Powell, Benjamin Lee — 212 
Powell, Patricia Lynn — 187 
Power, Martha B. — 212 
Powers, Arlene — 187 
Powers, Brenda Fay — 212 
Powers, Lerov — 187 
Prahl, Bruce Edward — 212 
Price, Janet Kay — 120. 124. 212 




225 



Price, Wallace Wayne — 106, 187 

Pruett, Coy Wayne — 188 

Pruett, Kenneth Clay — 113, 212 

Puckett, Stephanie Sue — 26, 40, 44, 46, 47, 

54, 101, 112, 130, 131, 133, 188 
Pugh, Victoria Lynn — 188 
Puryear, Harry Albin Jr. — 109, 162, 212 
Putman, Annie Ruth — 108, 212 
Putman, Paul Oliver — 212 

-Q- 

Quist, Alice Anne — 118, 188 

— R — 

Ragland, Joyce Anedia — 124, 188 

Ragland, Sandra Neal — 212 

Raines, Sandra Kay — 119, 188 

Ramey, John Kimbrough 

Rather, Kennedy Lee — 212 

Ray, Brendley — 212 

Rayburn, Robert Kent — 188 

Reans, Henry Michael — 126, 136, 212 

Reaves, Robert D. — 188 

Red, Deborah Sue — 31, 45, 103, 116, 117, 

119, 179, 188 
Red, Gwenda Kay — 212 
Red, Jerry Lee — 188 
Reece, Dwight Lee — 130 
Reed, Carl Edward — 113, 212 
Reed, Jimmy Cardwell — 212 
Reed, John W. — 212 
Reed, Lou Ann — 122, 143, 212 
Reed, Miriam S. — 108 
Reeves, Robert Bruce — 41, 109, 113, 188 
Regel, Betty Ann — 116, 124, 130, 213 
Regel, Terry Lynn — 118, 188 
Reid, Catherine Diane — 213 
Reid, Russel E. — 124, 136, 213 
Renick, Paul — 188 




Reno, Charlene L. — 213 

Reynolds, Vicki Lynn — 124, 213 

Reynolds, William' T. Ill — 100, 213 

Rhea, Belaind Gail — 188 

Rhodes, Johnny Glen 

Riales, Sherry Lydia 

Rice, Benjamin Burch — 116, 124, 188 

Richards, Robert W. — 120, 213 

Richardson, Major Lee — 188 

Richmond, Irma Jean — 124, 213 

Ricks, William Terry 

Ridley, Henry Brandau — 213 

Riesenburg, Eugene H. — 114, 132, 188 

Rikard, Monty — 213 

Riley, Virlene — 213 

Rivers, Joel L. — 188 

Robbins, Dorman L. Jr. — 113, 213 

Robbins, Regina Carol — 106, 114, 124, 143, 

213, 37 
Roberts, Salle Anne — 188 
Robertson, Alma Jean — 124, 213 
Robertson, David S. Jr. — 213 
Robertson, Glenda E. — 116, 188 
Robertson, William D. 
Robinson, Kathleen 
Robinson, Lee Earl — 124, 189 
Robinson, Leigh Sanford — 189 
Robinson, Sarah N. — 46, 48, 116, 213 
Robinson, Rocky Clark — 116 
Robison, William Edgar — 189 
Rockette, Roy Chester — 113, 189 
Rodgers, John Terry — 189 
Rodgers, Ted Steven — 126, 136, 152, 189 
Rogers, Jean Wanda — 189 
Rorex, James A. — 213 
Roseman, Robert James — 213 
Ross, Charles Jones — 104 
Ross, Christopher T. — 213 
Ross, Fred Cribbs — 189 
Ross, Freda Kay — 213 
Ross, Linda Margaret — 110, 114, 124, 213 
Ross, Robert Scott — 213 
Rotenberry, Anita Fay — 108, 213 
Rowe, Vivian Lindsey — 114, 130 
Rowland, Benjamin Thomas — 122, 213 
Rowland, Dennis Harold 
Roland, William M. — 189 
Rowsey, Sandra Kay — 189 
Rucker, Richard Van — 116, 189 
Ruff, Paul Thomas — 189 
Rushing, David Lewis — 213 
Rushing, William Lloyd 
Russell, Anna Sue — 213 
Russell, Danny R. — 116, 213 
Russell, John Arthur — 119, 189, 163 
Ruth, John Edward — 104, 189 



Sadler, Donna Lee — 189 

Samples, Sandra Joyce — 100, 116, 213 

Sanders, Charles Robert — 213 

Sanders, Dick Stephen — 126, 152, 189 

Sanders, James Elvin 

Sanders, Marvin 0. — 189 

Sanders, Mike C. — 124, 213 

Sanders, Ora Ruth — 189 

Sanders, Rebecca Gayle — 114, 130, 213 

Sanders, Thomas Harry — 113, 189 

Sanders, William Thomas — 116, 163, 213 

Sandridge, Ira L. — 213 

Sawyer, Thomas Edward — 213 

Scallorn, Joyce Ann — 116, 213 



Scarbrough, Ellen — 213 

Scherff, Carl James — 189 

Schmitz, Calvin Leon — 110, 190 

Schoggen, Shirley Faye — 39, 111, 190 

Scott, Elizabeth Ann — 190 

Scott, Hammon Foote — 214 

Scott, Janice Kay — 133, 213 

Scott, Jennifer D. — 213 

Scott, LaTracia — 103, 118, 213 

Scott, Thomas Edwin — 190 

Scruggs, Pamela Sue — 111, 133, 214 

Scruggs, John William — 116 

Selden, Clarence C. 

Self, Hannah Anne — 117, 190 

Sellers, William A. — 112, 131, 132, 214 

Sewell, Joe Taylor — 214 

Sexton, David Timothy 

Shackelford, Elizabeth A. — 46, 48, 115, 164, 

214 
Shannon, Lonnie Cooper — 190 
Sharpe, Shawnee Lee — 214 
Shaw, Delorise — 107, 190 
Shaw, John Wesley Jr. — 214 
Shaw, Judy Carolyn — 41, 45, 100, 119, 124, 

191 
Shaw, Michael Knowlton — 214 
Shaw, Rhonda Gail — 214 
Shaw, Steven Edwin — 214 
Shearer, John Thomas — 132, 214 
Shearer, Robert Alan — 124, 214 
Sheegog, Mary Joyce 
Sheffield, Billie Ruth 
Shegog, Billy Frank — 190 
Shelton, Debra Kay 
Shelton, Jan — 214 
Shelton, Stephen Payne — 190 
Shepherd, Pamela Smith — 214 
Shinstock, Elaine G. — 25, 214 
Shipley, Carl Edward — 214 
Shook, Ricky — 190 
Sigman, Steven Dale 
Sikes, Donna Marion — 111, 190 
Simmons, Pattilynne — 214 
Simmons, Robert M. — 132 
Simpson, David Allen — 190 
Simpson, Edwin Winsley Jr. 
Simpson, James Michael — 214 
Sinquefield, Jeannie B. — 107, 114, 214 
Sinquefield, Theresa Ann — 111, 214 
Sipp, Willie Junior — 190 
Sisk, Alfred Lowis — 190 
Skelton, Catherine — 120, 214 
Slaughter, Claudean — 125, 127, 214 
Smart, Brenda Kay — 108, 214 
Smart, Gary Lloyd — 104 
Smart, Mary E. — 108, 214 
Smathers, Richard Lee — 106, 132, 190 
Smith, Barbara Jo — 111, 118, 124, 132, 214 
Smith, Betty Belinda — 124, 214 
Smith, Beverly Jean — 111, 118, 124, 214 
Smith, Brian Talmage — 214 
Smith, Clarence J. — 190 
Smith, Darrell Elwyn — 214 
Smith, Debbie — 190 
Smith, Earma Jean — 25, 124, 129, 190 
Smith, Elizabeth Susan — 214 
Smith, Gene Thorton — 190 
Smith, Jerry Boyd — 214 
Smith, Julia Mae — 108, 214 
Smith, Larry Darnell — 126, 136 
Smith, Leon — 124, 136, 214 
Smith, Lovie — 191 
Smith, Lucille — 214 



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Smith, Mae Katherine — 124, 214 

Smith, Roxie Ann — 124, 191 

Smith, Ruby Dorth — 111, 214 

Smith, Shirley Ann — 119, 120, 191 

Smith, Terry E. — 109, 214 

Smith, Thomas Gale Jr. 

Smoot, Brenda Ann 

Smoot, Paul Gilbert — 25, 116, 124, 191 

Snellings, Kenneth P. — 191 

Snow, Richard Wayne — 214 

Sosebee, Ray Newton — 214 

Sowell, Gerry Wayne — 191 

Sowell, Linda Lee — 191 

Sparks, James Timothy — 214 

Sparrenbeger, Henry W. — 191 

Spearman, Minnie Pearl — 215 

Spears, Roy Gene — 191 

Speir, George Arthur — 215 

Spraberry, Donald Eugene — 119, 215 

Stacks, Mark Ellis — 191 

Stallings, Brenda Lynn — 215 

Stamps, Sharone Ann — 215 

Stanfill, Rebecca Jane — 191 

Stanford, Brenda Gail — 116, 215 

Stark, Albert Earl — 101, 191 

Starnes, Clarence Robert — 215 

Staten, Joann — 215 

Steele, Rebecca L. — 120, 191 

Steen, Annie Bell — 215 

Stein, Linda Joy — 215 

Steinman, David Lee — 109, 215 

Steinman, Glen Joseph — 215 

Stephens, Norely Maria — 116, 215 

Stevens, Nell Marie — 129, 215 

Steward, Gloria I. — 215 

Stewart, Arthur Cliffird 

Stewart, Barbara Gail — 191 

Stewart, Beverly Jean — 215 

Stewart, Carolyn Elaine — 191 

Stewart, Tommy L. — 117, 118 

Still, John Lee — 215 

Still, Lydia Joyce — 120, 215 

Stone, Ronald Frank — 215 

Stover, Douglas Lee — 118 

Strange, Diane Marie — 25, 100, 101, 124, 

127, 129, 191 
Strickland, David Lee — 215 
Strong, Jack — 100, 163, 179, 191 
Stroud, Charles Robert — 116, 122, 131, 132, 

191 
Stroud, Sandra — 111, 118, 122, 215 
Stroup, Cheryl Lynn — 191 
Sturgis, Lee Dell — 115, 124, 127, 129, 191 
Sumners, Larry Watson — 106, 191 
Sumners, Patricia R. — 108, 124, 191 
Sutterfield, Alfred Lee — 191 
Sutton, Harry Dwain — 116 
Sutton, Rita Carol — 215 
Swearengen, Frank Brad 
Swindoll, Thomas Wayne — 122, 152, 215 
Sykes, Winnie H. — 119, 192 

— T — 

Tackett, Sheila Gail — 215 
Talbert, Michael Vernon 
Tallant, Virginia Ann — 215 
Talley, Charlie Ann — 100, 111, 192 
Talley, Susan Ann — 116, 215 
Tanner, Howard O. — 215 
Tanner, Susan Louise — 215 
Tate, Cloteria — 192 
Tate, Robert L«e — 215 



Tate, Vernon Frank — 215 

Tatum, James Lee — 192 

Tatum, Tim F. — 192 

Tavlor, Amy Susan — 124, 215 

Taylor, Gary Allen — 104, 192 

Taylor, Grady Milton — 192 

Taylor, H. Dwaine — 192 

Taylor, James Rodney — 215 

Taylor, Jessie — 192 

Taylor, Lillian Kathryn — 120, 215 

Taylor, Linda Sue — 192 

Taylor, Richard Orin 

Taylor, Shirley V. — 215 

Taylor, Walter T. — 215 

Taymon, William Eugene — 119, 120, 215 

Tedford, Janie Lou — 215 

Temple, Ronald Lee — 192 

Terry, William H. Jr. — 215 

Thomas, Marjorie Leigh — 192 

Thompson, Cary E. — 113, 215 

Thompson, Earl T. — 153 

Thompson, Jimmie Lee — 192 

Thompson, Kenneth L. — 215 

Thompson, Leon — 113, 216 

Thompson, Morris Hugh — 192 

Thompson, Patricia Ann — 192 

Thompson, Thomas Lee — 116, 126, 136, 140, 

192 
Thompson, Wardell — 216 
Thornton, Richard Harvey — 136, 216 
Thornton, Terry Lynn — 44, 122, 143, 166, 

167, 192 
Thornton, Thomas Ray — 216 
Thweatt, Jerry Lynn — 113, 216 
Tidwell, Phillip Ray — 216 
Tierce, Linda Kathryn — 216 
Tillman, Connie E. — 111, 112, 124, 130, 216 
Tillman, Jesse Ben — 115, 216 
Todd, Gary Hudson — 113, 216 
Todd, Jackie Lee — 216 
Todd, Queen Ester — 100, 193 
Todd, Rita — 193 
Tolbert, Robert L. — 193 
Tomlin, Mary Inez 
Tomlinson, Leslie L. — 216 
Towles, David M. — 216 
Towles, Lester Wade — 109, 216 
Towles, Spencer Joseph — 216 
Townsend, Jacqueline Sue — 114, 216 
Treadway, Dennis Wayne — 216 
Treadway, Joan — 132, 216 
Tribble, Stanley Thomas — 216 
Trim, Paul Wesley — 193 
Trussell, Anita Dianne — 216 
Tubbs, Rebecca Joyce — 216 
Turman, George Gann 
Turner, Kathy Elizabeth — 130, 216 
Turner, Linda Sharon — 216 
Turner, Ruloff P. Ill 
Turner, Tony Lee 

Tutor, Timothy Dee — 112, 130, 216 
Twilley, Charles Richard — 116, 193 
Tyler, Nancy Brooks — 115, 216 

— V — 

Valentine, Gearline — 124 

Vance, Bennie Fred — 216 

Vance, George Ervin Jr. — 216 

Vance, Roy C. — 193 

Vanwinkle, Braden Leon — 101, 115, 122, 

216, 33 
Vaughn, Thomas W. — 149, 153, 193 



Veazey, Jerry Jr. — 193 

Veazy, Willis P. — 130, 131 

Vetrano, Vickie Ann — 193 

Vick, William Frank — 110, 117, 119, 193 

Vickery, John Cecil 

Vickery, Mildred Nora — 33, 130, 131, 143, 

166, 167, 216 
Vinson, James Wilkins — 100, 113, 193 
Voyles, Robert N. — 130, 131, 132, 216 

— W — 

Wade, James Michael — 216 

Wade, Margaret Ann — 193 

Wadley, Pearlye Mae — 216 

Wadlington, Leroy — 100, 113, 124, 193 

Waldon, Robert Leon — 114, 130, 216 

Waldrop, George Wayne — 101, 112, 130, 216 

Waldrop, Linda Jo — 216 

Waldrup, Phil R. — 216 

Walker, W. Daryl — 126, 136, 140, 216 

Walker, Gail Norton — 115, 129, 164, 216 

Walker, Phil Smythe — 116, 216 

Walker, Randy Ray — 104, 193 

Walker, Walter Benson — 104, 216 

Wallace, Arthur Arnold — 44, 116, 117, 158, 

159, 163, 170, 171, 193 
Wallace, Willie — 217 
Waller, Debra Jeanne — 217 
Walton, Michael Joe — 124, 217 
Ward, David Allen — 217 
Ward, Donna Kay — 116, 217 
Ward, Isaac 

Warner, Gary Mark — 193 
Warren, Linda A. — 193 
Warren, Rodger Dale — 217 
Washington, Deboris — 217 
Waters, Gordon Lamar — 121, 193 
Watkins, Anne Conner — 124, 217 
Watkins, James A. — 126, 136, 217 
Watson, James Michael 
Watson, Peggy Gale — 193 
Wattens, Timothy Lee — 132 
Watters, William Earl 

Watts, Glyndell Lee — 116, 124, 130, 217 
Watts, James Luther — 217 
Webb, Rodger Dale — 217 
Webster, Herlonsteen — 194 
Weeks, George C. — 217 
Weeks, Manuel Victory — 126, 217 
Weeks, Patricia Kay 
Welch, David A. — 194 
Wellborn, Nelson E. — 194 
Wells, Elizabeth Ann — 100, 101, 115. 164. 

194 
Wells, Glenn Edward — 113, 217 
Wells, Jimmy Ray — 217 
Wells, Linda Sue — 217 
Wells, Terry Lee — 217 
Wenzler, Leta Anna — 106, 194 
West, Aubrey Franklin — 194 
West, Johnnie Kay — 217 
Weat, Mary Louise — 217 
Westbrook^ Sadelle — 107, 114, 124, 133, 217 
Westbrook, William Alvin — 109, 113, 194 
Westmoreland, Jimmy A. 
Wheeler, Johnnie — 114, 194 
Wheeler, Kathryn Ann — 120, 129, 217 
Whitaker, Deborah Kay — 217 
White, Bobby Glenn — 179, 194 
White, Charles William Jr. — 217 
White, Charlotte Jean — 115, 217 
White, Michael Diamond 



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White, Rebecca Joanne — 217 

Whitt, Johnny Earl — 115 

Whitten. David Arthur — 194 

Whitworth, Randy Harold — 46, 48. 112. 124. 

130. 131. 217 
Wilburn. Carolyn B. — 116. 132, 194 
Wilburn. Daniel M. — 217 
Wilburn. Linda E. — 194 
Wilburn. Terry King — 217 
Wilburn, Thomas Earl — 194 
Wilkerson, Bobby Garland — 194 
Wilkerson, Paul G. — 217 
Wilkerson. Robert C. 
Wilkerson. Ronald C. — 217 
Wilkerson. Warren N. — 124, 127. 129. 217 
Wilkins, Amye Bennita — 103. 194 
Wilkinson, Connie S. — 217 
Williams. Charles Steven 
Williams. Ethel C. — 218 
Williams, Fred Douglas — 217 
Williams, Glen Edward — 118, 217 
Williams, Irma Louise 
Williams, Joe Lee — 217 
Williams, John C. — 217 
Williams, Maggie Dean — 111, 217 
Williams, Martha Ruth — 117, 118. 120. 125, 

133. 194 
Williams, Norma Jean — 115, 124, 217 
Williams, Ouida Dianne — 38, 120. 194 
Williams, Patsy Jo — 218 
Williams, Ricky Allen — 218 



Williams, Rosey Faye — 218 
Williams, Tommy Wren — 218 
Williams. Walter David — 218 
Williams, Willa Dean 
Williamson, Lynn K. — 119, 120 
Willis, Beverly Jean 
Willis, Peggy Renae — 218 
Wilson, Cari A. — 218 
Wilson. Franki Jo — 124. 194 
Wilson, James Bradly Jr. 
Wilson. Ruby Jewel — 108 
Wilson, Samuel Glynn — 194 
Wilson, Sydney H. — 116, 218 
Wilson, Thomas Wayne — 218 
Winders, Deborah — 194 
Winders, Derwood — 218 
Wingo, Lora Eugenia — 120, 124, 218 
Winter, Dewayne Lee — 195. 100 
Wolfe, Alfred'Grisham — 218 
Wolfe, Patsy Ann — 218 
Wolfe, Rolph Ray — 218 
Wood, Phyllis Wanell — 195 
Woodard, Emma Jean — 218 
Woods, Mildred Jean — 120, 195 
Woody, Ronnie Kirk — 218 
Woolever, David Leroy 
Woolfolk, Carolyn Holden — 108, 218 
Woolfolk, Donaid G. — 218 
Woolfolk, Sherry Lou — 106, 218 
Wooten, Rosamond Merrill — 116. 195 
Work, Dorris Jean — 218 



Wortham, Jimmy L. — 113, 218 
Wortham, Pierce M. — 218 
Wortham, Terry Allen — 100. 107. 163. 195 
Wright. Roger Alan — 45, 100, 101. 115. 126. 

147. 153, 195 
Wright, Rosie Marie — 195 



Yancy, Bennie R. — 115. 126, 136. 218 
Yeager, Donna Yevonne — 130. 195 
York. Clara Vonn — 116. 218 
Young, Billy Wayne -- 115, 126, 136, 153. 

218 
Young, James D. — 126. 136. 218 
Young, Janice Karen — 118, 125, 218 
Young, Wayne — 195 
Young, William Reed — 195 
Youngblood, Barbara A. — 111. 195 
Yount, William D. — 218 



Z — 



Zepponi, Albert Roy — 195 
Zinn, Jimmy Lavon 
Zinn, Johnnie Ester 
Zook, Richard E. Jr. — 218 




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FACULTY AND STAFF 

— A — 

Adams, Claire Allen 
Adams, Jo Caldwell — 89 
Ainsworth, Carolyn L. — 77 
Ainsworth, Charles C. — 91 
Appleton. Bett\e L. — 77 
Appleton. Thomas A. — 94 



Bailey. Minnie J. — 93 

Bailey, Norman Glenwood — 90 

Ballew. Emily Mae — 84 

Barber, Myra Quay — 80 

Barham. Deborah D. — 77 

Barham, Michael E. — 94 

Barmer, James E. — 94 

Barnett. Eddie — 79. 136. 161 

Barnett. Willis 0. 

Beken. Sandra J. — 82 

Bennett, Clarence Aaron — 85. 104 

Benton. Bobbie Sue — 79 

Boggan. Edgar W. — 70 

Bonar. Robert R. — 79 

Bramlett, J. Kenneth — 136 

Brents, James C. Sr. — 92 

Brents, Janet — 92 

Brigham, Kenneth — 72 



Brown, Lillian — 93 
Bryan, Harry L. — 76 
Briscoe. A. M. — 85. 104 
Burford, Clara B. — 77 
Burks. Sue — 72 
Butts, Jack — 72. 79 

— C — 

Campbell, Robert M. — 79 
Carpenter. Howard — 80 
Carpenter, Paul — 87, 166 
Carroll, Betty B. — 88 
Carroll. Robert D. — 90 
Carter, C. E. — 91 
Christ. Samuel D., Sr. — 87 
Coats, Thomas D. — 90 
Cocke, Earline — 77 
Cook, Roy P. — 94 
Copeland, Earline W. — 93 
Covey, Pearl H. — 92 
Crain, Susan D. — 74 
Crain, Warren B., Jr. — 136 

— D — 

Dancy. Mary B. — 77 
Daniel, Lula Belle — 93 
Darby, Bobbie — 77 
Darby, R. Price — 74 
Davis, Dudley R.. Jr. — 87 



Davis, Michael Lewis — 87 
Deaton, Nina Mac — 77 
Dhority, Newton L. — 94 
Dzikielewski, Joseph F. — 86 

— E — 

Earl, Constance B. — 86 
Eure, Donald Ray — 73 

— F — 

Faust, Marianne H. — 77 
Ferrell, Kenneth Cecil — 85. 104 
Fleming, Sarah Ellen — 87 
Foret, Mary P. — 84 
Fowler, James T. — 90 
Fowler, Lula Mae — 83 
Fowlkes, Marguerite B. — 80 

— G — 

Gallant, Leroy H. — 91 
Gardner, June — 70 
Geyer, Francis M. 
Gilbert, Bettye R. — 93 
Glenn, N. Zula — 82 
Gray, Bobby — 92 
Gray, Billie Bob — 90 
Gray, Marie S. — 79, 171 
Gray, Margaret L. — 77 
Gully, Josephine — 75 



H 




Hadskey, B. Jean — 92 

Hall, Hershel R. — 94 

Hamer, Richard S. — 91 

Harmon, Freddie — 91 

Haven, Louis F., Ill — 86. 136. 156 

Holloman, Carson C. Jr. — 84 

Horton, Almeda Carol — 87 

Horton, Lois — 91 

Houston, Rupert E. — 90 

Huston, Edgar H. — 94 

Hyde, Cathryn M. — 74 

— I — 

Ingram, Carmen C. — 79 

— J — 

Jackson, Linda — 73 
Johnson, Fay R. — 84 
Johnson, Maxine 
Judd, Juanita — 93 

— K — 

Kelly, George Morris — 84 
Keyser, James E., Jr. — 87 
Keyser, Jeanette J. — 87 
King, Leone Davis — 79, 171 
King, Robert L. — 80, 89 
Kirk, Robert F., Jr. — 80 
Koon, Henry B. — 73. 147. 150 



Lane, Mary D. — 93 
Lintz, Elizabeth — 80 



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— Mc — 

McCalla, Ronald Lee — 89 
McCollough, Betty — 75 
McCormick, James P. — 71 
McCuistion, Newell — 94 
McGlown, Jerry E. — 83 
McLendon, Corinne — 69 
McLendon, R. D. — 69 

— M — 

Majors, Carl N. — 90 
Mathis, Emily L. — 84 
Mavnor, Alexis — 77 
Meacham, Mildred — 71 
Morris, John W. 

— N — 

Nail, Sarah K. — 93 
Neal, Annie — 92 
Newman, Robert W. — 94 
Namowicz, Patrick — 83 

— — 

Oakley, Robert Edward — 76 
O'Neal, Jack — 94 



Palmer, Carolyn — 86 



Patrick, Flossy T. — 77 
Pelton, Janice — 84 
Perkins, Pauline M. — 75 
Petrea, James B., Jr. — 79 
Pierce, W. Hugh — 85, 104 
Price, James — 83 
Puryear, Mary Claire — 77 

— R — 

Ramsey, Emile — 84 

Reid, Joan — 79 

Rhea, Simms M. — 86 

Robinson, Felix E. — 90 

Robinson, Iva C. 

Rogers, Raymond — 83, 171 

Rutherford, R. E. — 80, 83 



Schoggen, Jeol A. — 85, 104 
Sealy, Nellie T. — 93 
Seay, Robert L. — 83 
Self, Irene — 93 
Shelton, William E. — 74 
Simmons, Rosemary — 87 
Simmons, Susan A. — 79 
Smith, Frances K. — 84 
Smith, Greta H. — 77 
Sowell, L. L. — 94 
Stigler. Walter G. — 74, 83 
Swindle, James W. — 92 

— T — 



Taylor, William W. — 94 
Terry, Patsy S. — 77 
Tims, Larry — 91 
Tipton, Nell M. — 82, 89 
Toole, Eloise B. — 93 
Trousdale, Austin W., Jr. — 79 
Trousdale, Eugenia — 81 



Venable, Malcolm — 91 

— W — 

Wade, Emmie Ellen — 83 
Wait, Kathleen W. — 79 
Watsky, Melvin — 89 
Welch, A. G. — 71 
Wells, Mamie K. — 92 
Whitley, Melvin L. — 90 
Wilborn, Anita S. — 82, 171 
Williams, C. C. — 89 
Williams, Henry — 94 
Williams, Marcus D. — 90 

— Y — 



Yancis, Martha Ann — 
Yancis, Ronald Alan — 
Young, Jac — 81 
Young, Shirley 



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It is finished. The last pages have been typed 
and a sense of relief from responsibility nearly 
overcomes us. At times it has been hilarious, at 
times nerveracking. But the yearbook is out, suc- 
cess or failure. Its significance can be measured 
only bv the hard work put into it. 

We would like to recognize Mrs. Meacham, 
our sponsor; . Margaret Gray, her secretary; 
Bobby Baxter; Catherine Pope; La Tracia Scott; 
Debbie Red; and the photography of Roger Car- 
roum, Mike Pittman, Mr. Oakley and his Ranger 
Rocket photographers. Without their constant 
help, this book would not have been completed. 

We hope that this book will contain memories 
of a year filled with hope and expectation, suc- 
cess, and at times hardship and failure. We also 
sincerely hope that every student will be able to 

identify with it in some way. 

The year has passed, many events have come 
and gone, and everywhere a great cry arose for 
school spirit, better athletic teams, somehow 
drowning the voice for better educational quali- 
ty. Drugs hit the campus for the first time, along 
with a number of "busts" by narcotics agents. 
Blacks struggled for recognition. The paper did 
a fine job of presenting their views on subjects 

d a few hastily made "'underground" articles 
ere printed in response 





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The Student Government Association still did 
not reach its full potential, mainly due to student 
apathy. A few ambitious people led and colli 
trolled the masses of students, masses born to fH- 
followers. Sad as it is, the condition can only be- 
come worse with the increase in student popula- 
tion. 

As the year ends, it is an appropriate time for 
attitudes and philosophies to be reassessed. 
More freedom must be given students by admin- 
istrators — freedom to decide when to come and 
go, when to study, and what courses are neces- 
sary. The role of Mid-Victorian mothers by the 
administration toward women students must 
end, and the responsibility placed on the stu- 
dents if they are to mature and reach their full 
potential. But do the students actually want to 
accepUthis responsibility? 

3 feeling left now is one of a quiet calm sea, 
about to be ravaged once again by the demonic 
winds of criticism, jubilation, depression, appre- 
ciation, apatM^^ia most of all the need to ac-* 
complish something just to remain human. 

But whatever our experiences were, good or 
bad, we can say it has been rewarding, for we're 
that much better persons to face tomorrow. 




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